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Exinda Management Center supports creating an Optimizer policy tree (including circuits, virtual circuits, policy sets, and policy rules) associated with a group of appliances. When the configuration is sent to the appliances, then all the appliances in the group receive the policy tree configuration. Multiple appliance groups can be created each with separate policy.
Policy sets are used to group the policy rules. These policy sets can then be assigned to the multiple virtual circuits in various appliance groups.
The following components are supported: network objects, schedules, custom applications
Appliance bridges are mapped to the circuit types, which are mapped to circuits. For example, you can map appliance bridges to one circuit type and two other bridges to another circuit type.
When a network object is sent to an appliance, the network object is compared to the appliance’s local network object to determine the network object’s location.
> application-group “app group name” application “app name”
To create policy that uses an application group, you can create a policy where each application in the application group is specified in the policy filter.
Note that EMC needs access to the internet during the activation process.If EMC also needs access to the internet during boot time. If EMC was unable to access the internet at boot time, then it will be necessary to reboot the system after a successful activation.
To change the number of items shown in the VoIP report:
The VoIP chart should now show the 60 worst quality calls.
6.4.7 (Release date: March 23rd, 2015)
This release includes all changes from releases up to and
including these update releases: 6.3.13, 6.4.1 Update 1, 6.4.2
Update 3, 6.4.3 Update 12 and 6.4.4, 6.4.5, 6.4.6, 6.4.6 Update 1
No 32-bit images are provided. 6.4 is not supported on 32-bit hardware.
Platforms: 2061, 3062, 4010, 4061, 4062, 6060, 6062, 8060, 8062, 10060, 10062, Virtual
Supported upgrade versions: 6.0, 6.1, 6.3, 6.4
Link to download:
File size: 415,910,499
Notices : If you are upgrading to ExOS 6.4 from ExOS 5.x or earlier, this upgrade is not supported. Please upgrade to ExOS 6.3 first.
New images for the Virtual Appliances are not available. To install a new virtual appliance running 6.4.7, please first install 6.3.0 and upgrade to 6.4.7.
Updated Layer 7 signatures: [B-04485], [B-04830], [B-04924], [B-04945]
New protocols: NTLM, Wowza, Telegram, Runtastic, Twitch, VyprVPN, TACACS, Threema, Destiny, Tibia, Fuze Meeting, Kakao, Microsoft Dynamics NAV,
New applications: SoundCloud, Rdio, Amazon Prime Music, RunKeeper, myBook, Nike+, MagV, MagV Kids, Dota Legend, iHeart Radio, Redmine, Avira Antivirus, Kaspersky Antivirus, AVG Antivirus, Norton Antivirus, YikYak, CloudMe
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Greetings and thanks in advance for the advice, tips, info.
I just upgraded our 8062 to version 7 yesterday and am trying to incorporate some of what I learned at a 2-day ECNA training. We're a large school district in deep south Texas and standardized testing is critically important, so I was excited to learn about Application Performance Monitoring. I first created a network object that consists of a layer 7 hostname (pearson.com) and then set up one APS object per campus. Each campus had already been assigned a network object (10.x.0.0/16 where x is the campus subnet). So I wound up with some 50+ APS objects, each aimed at Pearson.
Is this the way to do it? I wanted a performance metric for each campus as a means to determine the overall health of the campus network, as far as access to Pearson is concerned. I'm getting results, and the results differ from campus to campus. I'm just wondering if this is "best practice" or not.