Long Url is blocked

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Feb 26th, 2008
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my customer has a very long url (1160 characters) which is generated by the application. it seems being blocked by the css.


is that a policy in css that will block the long url?

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Syed Iftekhar Ahmed Tue, 02/26/2008 - 16:53
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If you're talking about how much of a packet the CSS will look at to match a URL, it is actually based on how many packets


(config) spanning-packets


From Command refrence:


"In some environments, URL, cookie strings, or HTTP header information can span over multiple packets. In these environments, the CSS can parse multiple packets for Layer 5 information before making load-balancing decisions. Through the global configuration mode spanning-packets command, the CSS can parse a maximum of 20 packets with a default of 6.


The CSS makes the load-balancing decision as soon as it finds a match and does not require parsing of all of the configured number of spanned packets. Because parsing multiple packets does impose a longer delay in connection, performance can be impacted by longer strings that span mulitple packets. "


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Syed Iftekhar Ahmed

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