Before you can access the Virtual Domain pane in the device database, you must enable VDOMs for the device.
- Go to the device database. See Displaying the device database.
- In the device database, go to System > Virtual Domain. The Virtual Domain pane is displayed.
The Virtual Domain menu may be hidden. See Choosing display options for devices.
The following toolbar displays at the top of the page:
Select to create a new virtual domain.
Select a VDOM, and click Edit to edit the settings.
Select a VDOM, and click Delete to remove it. This function applies to all virtual domains except the root.
Select a VDOM, and click Resource Limits to configure the resource limit profile.
Select a VDOM, and click Set Management to define the VDOM as the root VDOM also known as the management VDOM.
Under the toolbar, the following columns of information are displayed:
The name of the virtual domain and if it is the management VDOM.
Displays the Next Generation Firewall setting for the VDOM of Profile-based or Policy-based.
Displays the operation mode for the VDOM.
Displays the status of the VDOM.
Displays the interfaces for the VDOM.