In a firewall load balancing virtual server configuration, you can select HTTP to load balance only HTTP sessions. The virtual server will load balance HTTP sessions received at the virtual server interface with destination IP address that matches the configured virtual server IP and destination port number that matches the configured virtual server port. The default virtual server port for HTTP load balancing is 80, but you can change this to any port number. Similarly for HTTPS load balancing, set the virtual server type to HTTPS and then select the interface, virtual server IP, and virtual server port that matches the HTTPS traffic to be load balanced. Usually HTTPS traffic uses port 443.
You can also configure load balancing to offload SSL processing for HTTPS and SSL traffic. See SSL/TLS load balancing.