Manual Chapter : Provisioning Fraud Protection Service for BIG-IP DataSafe using TMSH

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Provisioning Fraud Protection Service for BIG-IP DataSafe using TMSH

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 TMSH.
  1. Open TMSH (
    tmsh
    ).
  2. View the current provisioning of the system by typing
    list sys provision
    in the command line.
    The system displays the provision configuration. In this example, the system has nominal provisioning for LTM and the other modules are not provisioned.
    sys provision afm { } sys provision am { } sys provision apm { } sys provision asm { } sys provision avr { } sys provision dos { } sys provision fps { } sys provision gtm { } sys provision ilx { } sys provision lc { } sys provision ltm { level nominal } sys provision pem { } sys provision sslo { } sys provision swg { } sys provision urldb { }
  3. Modify provisioning for the FPS module by typing
    modify sys provision fps <level_type>
    in the command line, where
    <level_type>
    is one of the following:
    • 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.
    For example, to set FPS provisioning to nominal, type
    modify sys provision fps level nominal
    The system displays the provision configuration. In this example, the system now has nominal provisioning for FPS.
    sys provision afm { } sys provision am { } sys provision apm { } sys provision asm { } sys provision avr { } sys provision dos { } sys provision fps { level nominal } sys provision gtm { } sys provision ilx { } sys provision lc { } sys provision ltm { level nominal } sys provision pem { } sys provision sslo { } sys provision swg { } sys provision urldb { }
  4. Save the changes to the stored configuration by typing
    save sys config
    in the command line.
  5. Verify the current provisioning of the system by typing
    list sys provision
    in the command line.