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SSL certificate for web application with Big IP

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I am configuring my application in new windows servers. I have two web applications one acts as a front end and another one as back end. I have two windows servers and both front end and back end web applications are deployed in both servers.

Server names are ceaw11818.myComp.uat and ceaw11819.myComp.uat, so i requested two certificates for ceaw11818.myComp.uat and ceaw11819.myComp.uat.

My application can be accessed through Big IP URL(lpu.myApp.uk.myComp.com/myApp) and reverse proxy URL(lpu.myComp.uk/myApp).
Reverse proxy URL is configured to use Big IP pool URL internally.

Will my application work without any certificate issue if it accessed through BIG IP and reverse proxy URL?

In my old server i could see a certificate named lpu.myApp.uk.myComp.com. I do not understand the use of this certificate. Am not sure whether this certificate is needed for my new server.

Could anyone help me on this?
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