Cisco Virtual Security Gateway for Nexus 1000V Series Switch Configuration Guide, Release 4.2(1)VSG1(4.1)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - Z

Index

A

access control rule 1-6

access logs 1-6

ACL 1-14

action

drop packet 1-15, 7-3

inspection 1-15, 7-3

log 1-15, 7-3

permit 1-15, 7-3

active-standby mode 1-3

active-standby pair 1-6

administrator

network 1-14

security 1-14

attribute

custom 1-14, 7-6, 7-7

neutral 1-14, 7-3

port-profile 7-6

virtual infrastructure 7-6

B

backing up files 4-18

banner message

configuring 4-3

C

capacity planning 1-3

Cisco Nexus 1000V Series switch 1-1

Cisco NX-OS 1-1

Cisco VNMC 7-1

Cisco VSG deployment scenarios 1-9

Cisco VSG in the layer 3 mode 1-9

capability l3-vn-service 1-9, 3-6

configuration 1-16

configuring the port profile on the VSM 3-4

configuring vmknics 3-4

VEM interface 1-9

vmknics 1-9

VXLAN 1-9

CLI

Cisco VSG 2-1

command modes 2-2

EXEC command mode 2-3

prompt 2-1

cloud environments 1-1

command

directing output to a file 4-25

no form 2-7

special characters 2-5

command-line interface (See CLI) 2-1

command mode

summary 2-4

command modes 2-2

command shortcuts 2-5

compliance 1-2

compute infrastructure 1-2

configuration

clearing 4-12

data0 interface 2-4

displaying 4-4

global 2-4

rolling back to previous 4-26

running 2-4

saving 4-11

startup 2-4

zone 2-4

configuration files

backing up 4-18

copying 4-18

deleting 4-21

downloading 4-18

context-sensitive help 2-7

copying files 4-18

current directory

changing 4-15

displaying 4-14

custom attributes 1-6, 1-14, 1-15, 1-16, 7-6, 7-7

D

data0 interface

configuration 2-4

data interface 7-2

debug 1-15

dedicated server 1-3

directories

creating 4-19

deleting 4-20, 4-21

display current 4-14

listing files 4-15

moving files 4-21

documentation feedback iii-xii

drop packet 1-15, 7-3

E

environment

structured 1-6

VM 1-6

ESX 1-14

ESX host 7-2

Ethernet 1-13

F

failure, switchover 6-10

features, new and changed (table) iv-xiii

files

compressing 4-22

copying or backing up 4-18

deleting 4-21

displaying checksums 4-29

displaying contents 4-27

displaying last lines 4-29

moving 4-21

uncompressing 4-22

file systems

changing directories 4-15

creating directories 4-19

deleting directories 4-20

displaying current directory 4-14

listing files 4-15

specifying 4-14

firewall policy 1-14, 1-15, 7-7

firewall policy objects 7-1

firewall rule 1-14, 1-15, 7-3

G

global configuration 2-4

H

heart-beat mechanism 1-12

help 2-7

context-sensitive 2-7

high availability 1-3

displaying status 6-17

host 1-14, 7-3

hypervisor 1-2, 1-13

I

inspection 1-15, 7-4

interface

management 1-13

IP address 1-14, 7-3

VSG 1-13

K

keyboard shortcuts 2-5

L

line-card modules 1-13

log 1-15, 7-4

logical modular switch 1-13

M

management interface 1-13

master-slave relationship 1-12

message and transaction service. See MTS

MTS

description 6-4

N

network administrator 1-14

neutral attribute 1-14, 7-3

NX-OS 1-1

NX-OS high availability

description 6-1

O

object group 1-14, 7-3

operational segregation 1-3

P

permit 1-15, 7-3

persistent storage service. See PSS

physical line-card modules 1-13

policy

ACL 1-14

engine 1-15

QoS 1-14

policy decision 1-2

policy enforcement 1-2

policy engine 1-15

policy evaluation 1-15, 7-3

policy name 1-14, 1-15, 7-4

policy object 1-15

action 1-15, 7-4

condition 1-15, 7-4

object group 1-15, 7-4

rule 1-15, 7-4

zone 1-15, 7-4

port group 1-13

port profile 1-6, 1-13, 1-14, 1-16, 7-7

VM 1-13

port-profile attributes 7-6

primary role, VSM 6-7

primary VSG 1-3

PSS

global and local synchronization 6-4

private and shared 6-4

Q

QoS 1-14

R

related documents iii-xi

Reset 1-15

restartability

infrastructure 6-3

role, VSM

primary 6-7

secondary 6-7

standalone 6-7

rule condition 1-14, 7-3

rule policy object 7-3

rules 1-15, 7-3

running configuration 2-4

S

secondary role, VSM 6-7

security administrator 1-14

security operations team 1-3

security policies 1-2

security profile 1-6, 1-13, 1-14, 7-7

security profile templates 1-2

security services 1-13

segmentation

VM 1-13

service firewall log 1-15

soft switch 1-13

standalone role, VSM 6-7

standby VSG 1-3

startup configuration 2-4

structured environment 1-6

subnet 1-14, 7-3

supervisor module

role

secondary 6-7

supervisor modules

replacing standby supervisor 6-15, 6-16

role

primary 6-7

standalone 6-7

switchovers 6-10

guidelines 6-9

syntax error isolation 2-7

T

tenant traffic 1-14

traffic 1-6

external-to-zone 1-6

policy-based 1-6

zone-to-external 1-6

zone-to-zone 1-6

trust-zone

definition 1-6

trust zones 1-1, 1-2

U

users

displaying 4-30

sending messages 4-31

using help 2-7

V

vApp 1-6

vCenter 1-14, 7-3

VEM 1-2, 1-3

vEthernet 1-13

virtual data center 1-1, 1-2, 1-6

Virtual Ethernet Module. See VEM 1-2

virtual Ethernet port 1-6

virtual infrastructure attributes 7-6

virtualization 1-6

virtual machine. See VM 1-1

Virtual Network Management Center (See Cisco VNMC) 7-1

virtual network service datapath 1-2

virtual port 1-13

Virtual Security Gateway (See Cisco VSG) 1-1

Virtual Supervisor Module 1-6

virtual switch 1-6

VLAN 1-6

Data 1-12

HA 1-12

Management 1-12

management 7-2

Service 1-12

VM 1-1

port profile 1-13

segmentation 1-13

VM Data VLAN 1-12

Vmotion 1-14

vMotion 1-6

VM-to-VM communication 1-12

VMware 1-2

VMware vCenter Server 1-13

VMware Virtual Center 1-6

vNIC 1-3

volatile:

switch reboots 4-15

vPath 1-2, 1-3, 1-14

VSG

firewall policy object 7-2

IP address 1-13

VSG CLI 2-1

VSG Layer 2 configuration

vPath ping command 3-13

VSG layer 2 configuration 1-15

VSG Layer 3 configuration

administrator 1-16

policy object 1-16

VM port profile 1-17

vPath ping command 3-15

VSG layer 3 configuration 1-16

firewall policy 1-16

VSM 1-13

VSMs

manual switchover 6-10

vSphere 1-2, 1-6

vSwitch 7-2

Z

zone 1-14, 7-3

configuration 2-4

zone attribute 1-14, 7-3

zone membership 1-6

zone-to-zone traffic 1-6