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Manual Chapter: Working with vCMP Hosts
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Accessing the vCMP host

Before you can access the vCMP host, you must configure the chassis system, including the floating cluster management IP address.
You can easily access the vCMP host, after you have created and configured the chassis system.
  1. From a system on the external network, display a browser window.
  2. In the URL field, type the floating cluster management IP address that you previously assigned to the chassis, as follows: https://<cluster_ip_address> This displays the login screen for the BIG-IP Configuration utility.

Viewing host properties for slots

You must have created at least one vCMP guest on the system to view host properties.

Using the BIG-IP® Configuration utility, you can view the host properties for all slots on the system or for a single slot. The host properties that you can view are:

  • The state of each guest
  • The slot numbers on which each guest runs
  • The number of CPU cores allocated to each guest
  1. On the Main tab, click System > vCMP > Host Properties.
  2. View host properties for all slots, or in the upper right corner of the screen, from the View list, select a slot number.
This displays the host properties for one or more slots on the system.

vCMP host properties

This topic describes the host properties on the BIG-IP® system.

Property Name Value Description
State Configured, Provisioned, or Deployed The state of the named guest.
On Slots One or more numeric values in the range of 1 through 4. The slot numbers pertaining to each guest.
Number of Cores A numeric value The number of CPU cores currently allocated to the named guest.
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