Manual Chapter : Provisioning Fraud Protection Service for BIG-IP DataSafe using the Configuration utility

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Provisioning Fraud Protection Service for BIG-IP DataSafe using the Configuration utility

You must provision Fraud Protection Service (FPS) for BIG-IP DataSafe before performing any of the other tasks for adding BIG-IP DataSafe to the BIG-IP System. You can provision FPS either from the Configuration utility in the BIG-IP system, or from the TMSH TMOS Shell command line interface. The following steps explain how to provision FPS from the Configuration utility in the BIG-IP system.
  1. On the Main tab, click
    System
    Resource Provisioning
    .
  2. Go to the Fraud Protection Service (FPS) row in the list of modules, and in the Provisioning column select the check box and select one of the options from the list:
    • Dedicated:
      Specifies that the system allocates all CPU, memory, and disk resources to one module. When you select this option, the system sets all other modules to
      None
      (Disabled).
    • Nominal:
      Specifies that, when first enabled, a module gets the least amount of resources required. Then, after all modules are enabled, the module gets additional resources from the portion of remaining resources.
    • Minimum:
      Specifies that when the module is enabled, it gets the least amount of resources required. No additional resources are ever allocated to the module.
  3. Click
    Submit
    .