Depending on the NetScaler configuration and the partition in which the configuration is performed, NetScaler configurations can be categorized into the cases mentioned below.
Case 1 (global configurations). Configurations that can be performed ONLY in the default partition and which are available or impact all the admin partitions.
- Updates to built-in entities for monitors, TCP profiles, HTTP profiles, and so on.
- Updates to global parameters for syslog, nslog, weblog, content switching, IPSEC, SIP, DHCP, Surge protection, TCP buffering, and system collection.
- High availability (HA) configurations
- Interface and VLAN changes
- User configurations
Case 2 (partition-specific configurations). Configurations that can be performed independently in default and admin partitions. These configurations are applicable only to the partition in which they are performed.
- Getting traffic level statistics for a partition.
- Partition admin can update IP bindings for VLAN which is bound to that partition. But cannot update the interface bindings.
- Clearing NetScaler configurations.
- Feature-specific parameters for the following features: AppFlow, AppQoE, HTTP compression, DNS, TCP, HTTP, encryption, responder, rewrite, and SSL.
- Feature-specific configurations such as virtual servers, services, monitors, and so on.
Case 3: Configurations that cannot be performed on admin partitions. These features can be configured in the default partition, but there is no impact on admin partitions.
Note: Configurations that are supported on admin partitions for a particular release are marked as Yes.