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Which load balancer platforms are supported?


This article describes which load balancer platforms are supported. In theory any load balancer that operates on TCP network level should not give any problems as technically speaking, a network load balancer is a load balancer.


Traffic gets handled on TCP network level so there is nothing that K2 influences, that is to say if the load balancer is setup correctly.

K2 does however use NLB mainly due to the reason that no physical machine is needed.

For more information please see our Network Load Balancer Support Policy:

Setting up NLB:

Load Balancer installation and configuration guide: