I need explanation on multi-match policy on ACE. How does it work ?
Lets take this example-
policy-map multi-match CLIENT-VIPS
loadbalance vip inservice
loadbalance policy VIP1-POLICY
policy-map type loadbalance first-match VIP1-POLICY
class-map match-all VIP1-80
2 match virtual-address 192.168.1.200 tcp eq http
This will work for sure looking for functional diffrence if I make POLICY CLIENT_VIPS to frist match,what difrence will come in this case. will it not just match class VIP1-80 and redirect request to serverfarm.
Or this is something where multiple class can be called under CLIENT_VIPS like Inspection ?
For policy-map commands that contain the multi-match keyword, these commands specify that multiple sets of classes exist in the policy map and allow a multi-feature policy map. The ACE applies a first-match execution process to each class set in which a packet can match multiple classes within the policy map, but the ACE executes the action for only one matching class within each of the class sets.
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