Policies establish rules for balancing connections to servers. They can contain URL maps, cookie maps, header maps, client groups, sticky groups, DSCP values, and server farms. The order in which policies are linked to a virtual server determines the precedence of the policy. When two or more policies match a requested URL, the policy with the highest precedence is selected.
Policy is like a slb policy which can be associated with "vserver(vip)" like policy-map first match. Sticky can also be defined directly under vserver as shown above in your question.
This document will provide screenshots to outline the steps to setup
TACACS+ configuration to ACI and also the configuration required on
Cisco ACS server. Please find the official Cisco guide for configuring
TACACS+ Authentication to ACI:
Is it supported or NOT supported? It's a frequently asked question.
Before APIC, release 2.3(1f), transit routing was not supported within a
single L3Out profile. In APIC, release 2.3(1f) and later, you can
configure transit routing with a single L3Out pr...
Cisco Documents are usually accurate, but when it came to the document
on Cisco APIC Signature-Based Transactions it was slightly off the mark.
This document is for those novices to API like me who cant seem to
figure out how to go about performing signat...