Unlike a policy, which can only be bound once, you can use a policy label or a virtual server’s policy bank any number of times by invoking it. Invocation can be performed from two places:
- From the binding for a named policy in a policy bank.
- From the binding for a NOPOLICY “dummy” entry in a policy bank.
Typically, the policy label must be of the same type as the policy from which it is invoked. For example, you would invoke a responder policy label from a responder policy.
Note: When binding or unbinding a global NOPOLICY entry in a policy bank at the command line, you specify a priority to distinguish one NOPOLICY entry from another.