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Specify a parent profile when creating a TCP_Profile in AS3

aproctorED
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Does anyone know if it is possible to specify a parent profile when creating a new TCP_Profile in AS3?

 

We use the built in tcp-lan-optimized profile and in one or two cases, in the UI, have created a new profile based on this one with a few minor tweaks. I'm looking to do this with AS3 but can't seem to see how to do that.

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James_Thomson
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

It doesn't look like it. You'll just need to define all the parameters as you need them in the AS3 declaration. You should consider testing TCP progressive as a new profile. Here's an article on the change.

https://devcentral.f5.com/s/articles/f5-unveils-new-built-in-tcp-profiles-25175

When using AS3 and you don't define a TCP profile, tcp-progressive is used by default