Does CTS Support Authentication of Keywords of Trace Files?

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Yes. The following fields must be included: time, service_type, resource_type, trace_name, trace_status, and trace_type. Other fields are defined by different services.



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What scenarios does CTS apply to
CTS provides records of operations on cloud service resources. A record contains the ID of the user who performs an operation, IP address, operation content, and returned response message. The operation records enable the auditing function and allow you to plan and use existing resources better, and identify operations that violate regulations or bring high risks. Three common scenarios include: Auditing security Query records matching a specified characteristic and perform security analysis on the records to check whether the operations are performed by authorized users. Locating faults If a specified resource or action encounters an exception, you can query operation records for the resource in the specified time period and view the request and response, which may support fault locating analysis. Tracking resources You can view the records of operations performed on a cloud resource throughout its life cycle and check their details.

Whether VRRP on the AR router supports authentication
VRRPv2 supports plain-text authentication and MD5 authentication modes. VRRPv3 does not support authentication.

Does Enabling CTS Affect the Performance of Other Cloud Resources?

Enabling CTS will not affect the performance of other cloud resources.


S series switches' support for Portal authentication
Portal authentication is also called web authentication. For S series switches (except the S1700), Portal authentication can be classified into built-in Portal authentication and external Portal authentication. S series switches' support for external Portal authentication is as follows: - In V100R006: Switches except the S2700SI, S2710SI, S2700EI, S2752EI, S5700LI, and S5700S-LI support external Portal authentication. - In V200R001: Switches except the S5700LI and S5700S-LI support external Portal authentication. - In V200R002: Switches except the S5700LI and S5700S-LI support external Portal authentication. - In V200R003: Switches except the S2750EI, S5700LI, and S5700S-LI support external Portal authentication. - In V200R005 and later versions: All switch models support external Portal authentication. In versions earlier than V200R007C00, the S2720EI, S2750EI, S5700-10P-LI-AC, and S5700-10P-PWR-LI-AC support built-in Portal authentication only. In V200R007C00 and later versions, the S2720EI, S2750EI, S5700-10P-LI-AC, and S5700-10P-PWR-LI-AC that have Layer 3 hardware forwarding of IPv4 packets enabled support external Portal authentication. Only S series fixed switches support built-in Portal authentication.

Support for Portal authentication
Portal authentication is also called web authentication. Depending on the network layer where Portal authentication is performed, Portal authentication falls into Layer 2 and Layer 3 authentication. - Layer 2 Portal authentication: No Layer 3 forwarding device is deployed between the authentication client and AR. - Layer 3 Portal authentication: A Layer 3 forwarding device is deployed between the authentication client and AR. The support for Portal authentication is as follows: - In V200R003C00 and later versions, all AR models support Layer 2 and Layer 3 Portal authentication. - In versions earlier than V200R03C00, all AR models support only Layer 2 Portal authentication.

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