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CCS11503 SERVICE IP Address Range Versus Separate SERVICE Definitions

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Jun 23rd, 2003
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For the CCS11503 Content Switch I am trying to understand the purpose of the IP Address Range option. Does each option chosen for the SERVICE (e.g., keepalives) apply equally to each address in the range? Are there any functional/performance differences in the operation of the switch if you specify a range of IP Addresses (for servers with a contiguous range of addresses) for a SERVICE - versus - defining each server as a separate SERVICE with identical options?


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Correct Answer by didyap about 14 years 1 month ago

Each of the options applies to all the addresses configured in the address range. However I don't think there are any functional/performance differences, it is only a matter of convenience to configure the range instead of each server with identical options.

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didyap Fri, 06/27/2003 - 12:01
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Each of the options applies to all the addresses configured in the address range. However I don't think there are any functional/performance differences, it is only a matter of convenience to configure the range instead of each server with identical options.

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