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Virtual Domains in WCS

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Apr 2nd, 2012
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hello


i have a WCS 7.0.172.0 that in theory supports 252 virtual domains. However i just only let me create 124.


I see this note in cisco

Note        WCS supports up to 252 virtual domain in version 5.2 and later. For versions prior to 5.2, WCS supports  up to 124 virtual domains.


but i dont know what happend.


thnks for your help.

Correct Answer by Amjad Abdullah about 5 years 4 months ago

Luis:
It is either the message wrong or there is something wrong.

But looking into the documatation, on WCS 7.0 (and also WCS 6.0) config guide it says:


'''snip'''

     The maximum number of virtual domains that can be defined in WCS is 124.

'''snip'''

Reference: http://tiny.cc/6fd6bw



on WCS 7.0MR1 config guide it says:


'''snip'''

     WCS supports up to 252 virtual domain in version 5.2 and later. For versions prior to 5.2, WCS supports up to 124      virtual domains.

'''snip'''

Reference: http://tiny.cc/8nd6bw


The second statement contradicts with information in 6.0 and 7.0 config guide. 7.0 guide says that max number of virtual domains is 124. 7.0MR1 however sayss for all versions of 5.2 and later it supports 252!!


I think there is a documentation problem here. It would probably be 124 as the maximum but it is documented improperly.


Luis: what the message you get when you try to add one more vitual domain (virtual domain number 125)? does it show you any messages?


if you are authorized for TAC support it is better to open a TAC case. if not I suggest that you do a feedback on the document that mentions that the supported virtual domains is 252 and let them check wih BU if the document informaiton is correct or not. The first option is better and faster.


Sorry for not being able to help further. But this ovreall needs Cisco intervention to explain the matter.


Thansk.


Amjad

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Amjad Abdullah Mon, 04/02/2012 - 23:06
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Luis:
It is either the message wrong or there is something wrong.

But looking into the documatation, on WCS 7.0 (and also WCS 6.0) config guide it says:


'''snip'''

     The maximum number of virtual domains that can be defined in WCS is 124.

'''snip'''

Reference: http://tiny.cc/6fd6bw



on WCS 7.0MR1 config guide it says:


'''snip'''

     WCS supports up to 252 virtual domain in version 5.2 and later. For versions prior to 5.2, WCS supports up to 124      virtual domains.

'''snip'''

Reference: http://tiny.cc/8nd6bw


The second statement contradicts with information in 6.0 and 7.0 config guide. 7.0 guide says that max number of virtual domains is 124. 7.0MR1 however sayss for all versions of 5.2 and later it supports 252!!


I think there is a documentation problem here. It would probably be 124 as the maximum but it is documented improperly.


Luis: what the message you get when you try to add one more vitual domain (virtual domain number 125)? does it show you any messages?


if you are authorized for TAC support it is better to open a TAC case. if not I suggest that you do a feedback on the document that mentions that the supported virtual domains is 252 and let them check wih BU if the document informaiton is correct or not. The first option is better and faster.


Sorry for not being able to help further. But this ovreall needs Cisco intervention to explain the matter.


Thansk.


Amjad

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