Important documentation for existing customers before upgrading to this release.
View important information about changes in default behavior that may have an affect on existing configurations.
View upgrade instructions and important information to help you seamlessly migrate your existing configuration to the latest ACOS software.
View the latest version of the Release Notes on the Support Portal for a complete summary of new features, issues fixed, and known limitations for this release.
Common next steps to help you get started after your device is physically installed and connected to the network.
This table lists the complete set of documents available for this release.
Find your product column (CGN, ADC, SSLi, or CFW) and scroll down the list to verify which documents apply. A in the product column means the document contains information that is pertinent to your product. An in the product column means you do not need to read the document if you are using that product. Refer to the Release Notes for more information about the products available in this release.
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|System Configuration and Administration Guide|
|Network Configuration Guide|
|Configuring Overlay Networks|
|Configuring VRRP-A High Availability|
|Configuring Application Delivery Partitions|
|Configuring ACOS Virtual Chassis Systems|
|Management Access and Security Guide|
|Application Access Management Guide|
|Web Application Firewall Guide|
|aFleX Scripting Language Reference|
|Command Line Interface Reference|
|Command Line Interface Reference for ADC|
|Command Line Interface Reference for CGN|
|IP Security Configuration Guide|
|Data Center Firewall Guide|
|DDoS Mitigation Guide (for ADC)|
|Application Delivery and Server Load Balancing Guide|
|Global Server Load Balancing Guide|
ACOS 4.1.0 introduces support on several new Thunder Series hardware devices, as well as virtual Thunder and Thunder Bare Metal.
See the Release Notes on the Support Portal for a complete list of supported devices for this release.
Hardware installation guides for physical device installation are available on the Support Portal.
After your device is physically installed, view initial configuration and setup information.
View the hardware safety precautions for your ACOS device.