What is an AS group


An AS group consists of a collection of instances that apply to the same scenario. It is the basis for enabling or disabling AS policies and performing scaling actions.

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What are groups and enterprises
The central exchange (Centrex), which is also called group, is a function of telephone exchange. The Centrex groups some users on a private branch exchange (PBX), and provides various functions of a user-specific exchange and other special services and functions to the user group. A user group does not have a dedicated exchange. The internal and external switching of users takes place inside the telephone exchange. Therefore, the Centrex is also called central user exchange or virtual user exchange. The group function is not only applicable to enterprises or departments with lots of employees, but also applicable to scenarios in which user extensions are widely dispersed. The group function provides flexible networking, and makes it easy to increase or decrease network capacity. Enterprises and departments that use the group function can enjoy specialized services in addition to services on the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Group users have two numbers. One is an internal number which is called the private number. The other is an external number which is called the long code. Users in the same group can dial private numbers to call each other. The private numbers have the highest priority. Users inside a group dial private numbers by default. If a user inside a group wants to call an external user, the user must first dial the call prefix of the group that the external user belongs to. The group ID is an important property of group users. You must specify the group ID to configure group users or modify group properties. The range of the enterprise function is larger than that of the group function. A group can only belong to an enterprise. Users inside an enterprise can belong to any groups, or not belong to a group. Users inside an enterprise can call each other, but cannot call users of another enterprise. The group and enterprise functions group users on the service layer. The DN set function groups numbers on the switch layer.

What is IAD's default reading group and writing group
IAD default read group and write groups are as follows, the relevant parameters can be modified in the advanced configuration >eSight configuration of the IAD web interface Reading group:Public@123 Writing group:Private@123 Trap group:Public@123

What is hunt group
In an enterprise, employees in the same field can be added to a hunt group, with a group access code configured. When a user dials the access code of a hunt group, the system allocates the call to group members based on preset ringing policies. When a member answers the call, the system stops ringing.

What Is a Consistency Group?
A consistency group is a collection of remote replications that have a service relationship with each other. You can simultaneously synchronize, split, or perform a primary/secondary switchover for all the remote replications in a consistency group. In medium- and large-sized database applications, data, logs, and modification information are stored on different LUNs. When data on one of the LUNs is unavailable, data on the other LUNs is also invalid. If remote disaster recovery needs to be implemented for these LUNs simultaneously, time consistency between multiple remote replications must be considered. The consistency group function provided remote replication ensures that multiple LUNs are consistent regarding the time.

What Is a Security Group?

A security group implements access control for ECSs within a security group and between different security groups. After a security group is created, you can create different access rules for the security group to protect the ECSs that are added to this security group.

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