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Cisco Bug: CSCta95875 - Inconsistency when default-compression-exclusion-mime-type is used in DM

Last Modified

Jan 31, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ACE 4700 Series Application Control Engine Appliances

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Description (partial)

Use the default-compression-exclusion-mime-type which is created by default by the Device Manager when you do gzip compression for example on a l7 slb policy.  

If you manually change the configuration and use the default-compression-exclusion-mime-type and deploy the config.

The configuration will be deployed correctly as shown from the cli.

However the next time you go in the virtual server configuration, the default-compression-exclusion-mime-type will be removed.

And if you go and change some unrelated configuration like enabling icmp reply on the virtual server and deploy without changing anythinig else, the default-compression-exclusion-mime-type configuration will now be removed on the cli.


Manually use the default-compression-exclusion-mime-type classmap in a virtual server configuration.
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