Page created: 6 Nov 2019 |
Page updated: 25 Mar 2020
A client connection policy can specify resource limits, helping to ensure that no single client monopolizes server resources. The resource limits are applied in addition to any global configuration resource limits. In other words, a client connection policy cannot grant additional resources beyond what is set in the global configuration. If a client connection exceeds either a globally-defined limit or a policy limit, then it is terminated.
Note: The Directory Proxy Server’s global configuration can enforce limits on the number of concurrent connections that can be established in the following ways:
- Limit the total number of concurrent connections to the server.
- Limit the total number of concurrent connections from the same IP address.
- Limit the total number of concurrent connections authenticated as the same bind DN.