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lb-route

The following operations can be performed on "lb-route":

rm| add| show|

rm lb route

Remove the route VIP from the route structure.

Synopsis

rm lb route [-td ]

Arguments

network The IP address of the network to which the route VIP belongs.

netmask The netmask of the destination network.

td Integer value that uniquely identifies the traffic domain in which you want to configure the entity. If you do not specify an ID, the entity becomes part of the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0. Default value: 0 Minimum value: 0 Maximum value: 4094

add lb route

Bind the route VIP to the route structure.

Synopsis

add lb route [-td ]

Arguments

network The IP address of the network to which the route belongs.

netmask The netmask to which the route belongs.

gatewayName The name of the route.

td Integer value that uniquely identifies the traffic domain in which you want to configure the entity. If you do not specify an ID, the entity becomes part of the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0. Default value: 0 Minimum value: 0 Maximum value: 4094

show lb route

Display the names of the routes associated to the route structure using the ###add lb route### command.

Synopsis

show lb route [ [-td ]]

Arguments

network The destination network or host.

netmask The netmask of the destination network.

td Integer value that uniquely identifies the traffic domain in which you want to configure the entity. If you do not specify an ID, the entity becomes part of the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0. Default value: 0 Minimum value: 0 Maximum value: 4094

Output

gatewayName The name of the route.

flags State of the configured gateway.

devno count stateflag

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