edgeNEXUS features a unique, web-traffic manipulation engine called “flightPATH” which allows you to inspect incoming requests and outgoing responses in order to make intelligent decisions and take dynamic actions.

flightPATH is designed to be completely customisable so you can solve the real world application delivery challenges unique to your environment. We’ve created a series of bite-sized tutorial videos to give you a feel for how to create and implement your own bespoke rules.


1. flightPATH Rule: Redirect Based on Empty Path

How to issue a redirect traffic management rule with flightPATH, based on a blank path in the URL.

2. flightPATH Rule: Force Secure Connection

This video demonstrates how to secure part of a website incredibly quickly with a pre-configured drag and drop flightPATH rule.

3. flightPATH Rule: Blank Out Credit Card Numbers

This video demonstrates how to deploy a flightPATH rule to edit the content of a web site on the fly. In this particular example, it is to blank out credit card numbers, providing an added layer of security.

4. flightPATH Rule: Show Last 4 Credit Card Digits Only

flightPATH rules are easy to edit to meet particular requirements. This specific example changes the values in the flightPATH ‘Action Tab’ to show only the last four digits of the credit card.

5. flightPATH Rule: Use Server Pools Based on Domain

How to issue a redirect traffic management rule with flightPATH, based on a blank path in the URL.

6. flightPATH Rule:  Use Server Pools by Content Type

Using a simple drag and drop rule from the flightPATH routing catalogue, you can serve different content from separate server pools.

7. flightPATH Rule:  Insert Google Analytics

How to add Google Analytics code snippet to your web pages with a simple drag and drop edgeNEXUS flightPATH rule.

8. flightPATH Rule:  Log or Email 404 Errors

This video will explain how use edgeNEXUS ALB-X flightPATH rules to log or email 404 errors.

9. flightPATH Rule: Prioritise Clients

Ensure a superb end user experience for your preferred clients by setting up a flightPATH rule to prioritise particular users.

10. flightPATH Rule: Move JavaScript to the Bottom of the HTML Page

Here we use flightPATH to identify all of the JavaScript in a html page and move it to the bottom for greater performance.