Move BIG-IP devices with the LTM service conflicts to a silo
Putting the device in a silo means you're isolating the BIG-IP device's
current configuration for LTM objects from the
BIG-IQ working configuration (configurations on
the other BIG-IP devices you are managing) so you
can manage the conflicts later.
Compare and resolve LTM conflicts from the silo
Comparing objects in the silo to objects in BIG-IQ working configuration,
you can quickly analyze each potential LTM
conflict. From the silo, you can revise
conflicting parameter values or rename (duplicate)
objects. Or, you can just use the silo analysis to
determine the best resolution strategies to use
when you re-import the device.
Deploy configuration changes made in-silo back to
the BIG-IP device
After you finish analyzing and revising conflicts
in-silo, you deploy the changed objects back to the BIG-IP device you
are trying to manage.
Red-discover the BIG-IP device and re-import its services
After you resolve the LTM conflicts in the silo, you move the device out of
the silo, add it back to BIG-IQ, and re-import its
services. At that time, you can complete the
resolution process for any conflicts with other