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About client profile (apm-forwarding-client-tcp)

rsacheen
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

How does a virtual server configured with Client Profile (apm-forwarding-client-tcp) behave? How does it differ from tcp client profile? I need to understand the working of apm-forwarding-client-tcp profile. I did not find any helpful document/explanation anywhere. I would be grateful if anyone could explain me.

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Simon_Blakely
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

Here are the specific option differences in apm-forwarding-client-tcp to optimize the client-side TCP profile for APM network forwarding traffic:

early-retransmit disabled ecn disabled enhanced-loss-recovery disabled fast-open disabled init-cwnd 3 init-rwnd 3 keep-alive-interval 60 nagle enabled proxy-buffer-high 49152 proxy-options enabled rate-pace disabled slow-start disabled tail-loss-probe disabled

Most of theses changes are around congestion recovery and performance - the options are detailed in

 

K70025261: Overview of the TCP profile (12.x)

 

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Simon_Blakely
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

Here are the specific option differences in apm-forwarding-client-tcp to optimize the client-side TCP profile for APM network forwarding traffic:

early-retransmit disabled ecn disabled enhanced-loss-recovery disabled fast-open disabled init-cwnd 3 init-rwnd 3 keep-alive-interval 60 nagle enabled proxy-buffer-high 49152 proxy-options enabled rate-pace disabled slow-start disabled tail-loss-probe disabled

Most of theses changes are around congestion recovery and performance - the options are detailed in

 

K70025261: Overview of the TCP profile (12.x)

 

Thank you for your answer. I will check the option details.​