I´d like to fully understand the output from show resource usage all.
Here you have the resource allocation for a context.
limit-resource all minimum 20.00 maximum unlimited
And here there is the outcome under heavy load. Clearly there has been a resource exhaustion.
The "Min" value follows the resource-class, and in this case, the "Max" pretty much follows the "Min", but why do we have a "Max" since the upper limit is actually unlimited? Please note an upper limit of 325M for bandwidth and depletion took place at roughly 252M
Regarding the conc-connections resource. Can it be upgraded? As far as I understand only bandwidth, throughput and SSL termination are upgradable.
Is conc-connections a consecuence of bandwidth? How many concurrent connections does an ACE with 8Gbps license have?
Lastly, is there a consideration when it comes to reading the active connections on ACE? A firewall infront of ACE and the servers behing it both report around 1/3 connections of what ACE does.
Does a 8Gbps license mean 8M concurrent connections? The output suggests it since the aggregate adds up to 8M. The license doesn´t explicitly states connections upgrades and I don´t have a 4Gbps ACE around to play with. If that is the case, would it be the same for a 16Gbps?
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