Use the following command to create global shared tunnel limits:
config gtp tunnel-limit
set tunnel-limit <number-of-tunnels>
Enter the maximum number of global tunnels allowed to be open at one time. The range is 1 16000000 tunnels. The default limit is 0, which means no limit.
You can add multiple global tunnel limits. Global tunnel limits are added to a VDOM and can be applied to traffic processed by that VDOM
Use the following command to add a shared tunnel limit to a GTP profile:
config firewall gtp
set global-tunnel-limit <global-tunnel-limit-name>
You can use the following diagnose command to view information about global tunnel limits.
diagnose firewall gtp tunnel-limit list
The command output includes a line for each global tunnel limit. The output includes the name of the tunnel limit, its configured limit, and the number of tunnels processed by GTP profiles that the global tunnel limit has been added to. For example:
name=gtp-tl-1 tunnel_limit=7000 tunnel_count=500