host.v2 Config Type
host.v2 configuration type defines how edge routers or tunnelers can make outgoing connections
for associated services. The config type also allows specifying health checks for the service. An
endpoint in a
host.v2 config can be specified explicitly or can be configured to use information
passed through from a tunneler intercepting traffic, allowing it to forward traffic.
host.v2 type allows defining multiple host endpoints. If only a single endpoint is required,
consider using the simpler
host.v1 config type instead.
Each config can define one or more endpoints. If a service is hosted by multiple servers, the configuration can have an endpoint defined for each hosting server.
Each endpoint defined will result in a terminator for each router or tunneler hosting the application.
host.v2 configuration only has one field.
terminators- an array of
host.v1entries, one per endpoint
This service is hosted by two application servers.
host.v1 specification for what can be done with each entry.