You set up health check monitoring for the cross-region Workspace ONE Access cluster to monitor the server pool that you later create. Servers that fail to respond to the health checks within a specified time period are excluded from future connection handling.


  1. In a Web browser, log in to NSX-T Manager for the Management domain by using the user interface.
    Setting Value
    User name admin
    Password nsx-t_admin_password
  2. On the main navigation bar, click Networking.
  3. In the navigation pane, click Load balancing and click the Monitors tab.
  4. From the Select monitor type drop-down menu, select Active.
  5. From the Add active monitor drop-down menu, select HTTPS and configure the settings.
    Setting Value
    Name wsa-https-monitor
    Protocol HTTPS
    Monitoring port 443
    Monitoring interval 3
    Timeout Period (s) 10
    Description Cross-Region Workspace ONE Access HTTPS Monitor
    Fall count 3
    Rise count 3
  6. In the HTTP request section, click Configure.
    The HTTP request and response configuration dialog box opens.
  7. On the HTTP request configuration tab, configure the settings.
    Setting Value
    HTTP method Get
    HTTP request URL /SAAS/API/1.0/REST/system/health/heartbeat
    HTTP request version 1.1
  8. On the HTTP response configuration tab, configure the settings, and click Apply.
    Setting Value
    HTTP response code 200
    HTTP Response Body ok
  9. In the SSL configuration section, click Configure.
  10. On the Edit SSL configuration dialog box, configure the settings and click Save.
    Setting Value
    Server SSL Enabled
    Client certificate xreg-wsa01-certificate
    Server SSL Profile default-balanced-server-ssl-profile
  11. On the Monitors page, click Save.