This can be a really useful tool for figuring out how certain features will scale and what to be concious of when standardizing on certain models combined with your enterprises chosen features. I'm getting lost at determining what each object is, apart from it's name. There's no link to a full description on what the object is and what contributes to it's usage/capacity. Some are obvious by there name, but others not so much. How do network designers and implementers figure out scaling and capacity factors for objects that aren't so obvious by name?
-Ok, that looks pretty straight forward - probably the maximum number of fortitokens that can be assigned to users on the firewall?
-hmmm, im guessing this is the number of users that can be fsso polled - but only 20 for a FG-200F, that doesnt sound right so maybe it means something else?
Where do we go to understand these table objects in more detail?
This command is cool but it doesnt give you any idea of how much of these tables are currently in use, and if you're nearing a certain hard limit. I was hoping this could with some deductive work of making a change and seeing what usage values might change but haven't quite figured out how to check these or if it's possible.