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CLIENT_T


Designates an expression that refers to the client. This is the starting point for access into paramters such as Ether and SSL.

This topic lists the expressions that are provided by this class.

ETHER

Operates on the ethernet protocol data associated with the current packet.

Returns: ether_req_protocol_t


INTERFACE

Designates an expression that refers to the ID of the network interface through which the current packet entered the Application Switch.

Returns: interface_req_t


IP

Operates on the IP protocol data associated with the current packet.

Returns: ip_req_protocol_t


IPV6

Operate on the IPv6 protocol data.

Returns: ipv6_req_protocol_t


PROXY

Operates on Proxy protocol data associated with current connection.

Returns: proxy_protocol_info_t


SSL

Operates on the SSL protocol data for the current packet.

Returns: ssl_req_protocol_t


SSLVPN

Operates on the SSLVPN data for the current packet.

Returns: sslvpn_req_protocol_t


TCP

Operate on the TCP protocol data.

Returns: tcp_req_protocol_t


TRAFFIC_DOMAIN

Operates on the Traffic Domain through which the current packet entered the Application Switch.

Returns: traffic_domain_req_t


UDP

Operates on the UDP protocol data associated with the current packet.

Returns: udp_req_protocol_t


VLAN

Operates on the VLAN through which the current packet entered the Application Switch.

Returns: vlan_req_t


VXLAN

Operates on the VXLAN through which the current packet entered the Application Switch.

Returns: vxlan_req_t


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