Assume a virtual server is configured with a ClientSSL profile. What would the result be if the virtual
server’s destination port were not 443?
SSL termination could not be performed if the virtual server’s port was not port 443.
Virtual servers with aClientSSL profile are always configured with a destination port of 443.
As long as client traffic was directed to the alternate port, the virtual server would work as intended.
Since the virtual server is associated with aClientSSL profile, it will always process traffic sent to port