You need to assign bandwidth to the domain. This article specifies the steps to assigning bandwidth to a domain.
Step 1: Follow the Creating a Network Object instructions to add the IP domain
- Navigate to Configuration > Objects > Network Object > Network Objects.
- Specify a name for the network object.
- Select the location of the network object - internal, external, or inherit.
- Select whether the traffic for this network object should be shown on the Subnet reports.
- Specify the network IP address and netmask length of the subnet. IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are accepted.
- Note: Although only four lines for IP addresses are displayed for a new object, you can add more by saving the network object and clicking Edit to be presented with an extra four lines.
- Click Add new Network Object.
Step 2: Choose Method 1 or 2
- Method 1: Configuring a Virtual Circuit
Create a new virtual circuit, add the network object, and assign the required bandwidth. Afterwards, policies can be added to further filter domain traffic.
- Method 2: Creating a Policy in Exinda
Create a policy in the Exinda WebUI to define traffic and any actions to be taken based on application-specific rules.