Virtual devices provide a means for creating resource segmentation and isolation, allowing the Cisco ACE appliance to act as if were several individual virtual appliances within a single physical appliance. Virtual devices enable organizations to provide defined levels of service to up to 20 business organizations, applications, or customers and partners from a single Cisco ACE appliance.
Complete separation of the following:
â¢ Configuration files
â¢ Management interfaces
â¢ Application rule sets
Customized, guaranteed resources per application for the following:
â¢ Connections per second
Capability to limit and manage the allocation of the following Cisco ACE resources:
â¢ ACL memory
â¢ Buffers for syslog messages and TCP out-of-order (OOO) segments
â¢ Concurrent connections (traffic through the Cisco ACE)
â¢ Management connections (traffic to the Cisco ACE)
â¢ Proxy connections
â¢ Setting of resource limit as a rate (number per second)
â¢ Regexp memory
â¢ SSL connections
â¢ Sticky entries
â¢ Static or dynamic network address translations (xlates)
You don't allocate CPU/memory, but you can set limits on resources listed above which generally map back to CPU/memory utilization. The CPU/memory are "global".
Moquery is the command line cousin of Vizore, it's very helpful and efficient sometimes during the troubleshooting. This article aims to provide moquery cheat sheet to the users for some most common seen scenarios.
Here is the checklist before customers/partners contact Cisco TAC:
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