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ipTunnelParam

The following operations can be performed on "ipTunnelParam":

set| unset| show

set ipTunnelParam

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Sets global parameters of IPv4 tunnels on the Citrix ADC.

Synopsys

set ipTunnelParam [-srcIP <ip_addr>] [-dropFrag ( YES | NO )] [-dropFragCpuThreshold <positive_integer>] [-srcIPRoundRobin ( YES | NO )] [-enableStrictRx ( YES | NO )] [-enableStrictTx ( YES | NO )] [-mac <mac_addr>] [-useClientSourceIP ( YES | NO )]

Arguments

srcIP

Common source-IP address for all tunnels. For a specific tunnel, this global setting is overridden if you have specified another source IP address. Must be a MIP or SNIP address.

dropFrag

Drop any IP packet that requires fragmentation before it is sent through the tunnel.

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

dropFragCpuThreshold

Threshold value, as a percentage of CPU usage, at which to drop packets that require fragmentation to use the IP tunnel. Applies only if dropFragparameter is set to NO. The default value, 0, specifies that this parameter is not set.

Minimum value: 1

Maximum value: 100

srcIPRoundRobin

Use a different source IP address for each new session through a particular IP tunnel, as determined by round robin selection of one of the SNIP addresses. This setting is ignored if a common global source IP address has been specified for all the IP tunnels. This setting does not apply to a tunnel for which a source IP address has been specified.

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

enableStrictRx

Strict PBR check for IPSec packets received through tunnel

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

enableStrictTx

Strict PBR check for packets to be sent IPSec protected

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

mac

The shared MAC used for shared IP between cluster nodes/HA peers

useClientSourceIP

Use client source IP as source IP for outer tunnel IP header

Possible values: YES, NO

Default value: NO

Example

set ipTunnelParam -srcIP 10.100.20.48 -dropFrag YES -dropFragCpuThreshold 95 -useClientSourceIP YES

unset ipTunnelParam

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Use this command to remove ipTunnelParam settings.Refer to the set ipTunnelParam command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset ipTunnelParam [-srcIP] [-dropFrag] [-dropFragCpuThreshold] [-srcIPRoundRobin] [-enableStrictRx] [-enableStrictTx] [-mac] [-useClientSourceIP]

show ipTunnelParam

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Display the IP Tunnel global settings on the Citrix ADC

Synopsys

show ipTunnelParam

Outputs

srcIP

Common source-IP address for all tunnels. For a specific tunnel, this global setting is overridden if you have specified another source IP address. Must be a MIP or SNIP address.

dropFrag

Drop any IP packet that requires fragmentation before it is sent through the tunnel.

dropFragCpuThreshold

Threshold value, as a percentage of CPU usage, at which to drop packets that require fragmentation to use the IP tunnel. Applies only if dropFragparameter is set to NO. The default value, 0, specifies that this parameter is not set.

srcIPRoundRobin

Use a different source IP address for each new session through a particular IP tunnel, as determined by round robin selection of one of the SNIP addresses. This setting is ignored if a common global source IP address has been specified for all the IP tunnels. This setting does not apply to a tunnel for which a source IP address has been specified.

enableStrictRx

Strict PBR check for IPSec packets received through tunnel

enableStrictTx

Strict PBR check for packets to be sent IPSec protected

mac

The shared MAC used for shared IP between cluster nodes/HA peers

useClientSourceIP

Use client source IP as source IP for outer tunnel IP header

Example

Tunnel Source IP: 10.100.20.48 Round Robin of Tunnel Source IP: NO Drop if Fragmentation Needed: NO CPU usage threshold to avoid fragmentation: 95 Strict PBR check for IPSec packets received through tunnel: NO Strict PBR check for packets to be sent IPSec protected: NO Tunnel MAC for shared IPs: 00:00:00:00:00:00 Use client sourceIP as sourceIP for outer tunnel IP header: YES