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tunnel global

The following operations can be performed on "tunnel global":

bind | unbind | show

bind tunnel global

Activates an existing tunnel traffic policy globally.

Synopsys

bind tunnel global (<policyName> [-priority <positive_integer>]) [-state ( ENABLED | DISABLED )]

Arguments

policyName

Name of the tunnel traffic policy to activate or bind.

priority

Integer specifying the policy's priority. The lower the number, the higher the priority. Policies are evaluated in the order of their priority numbers.

Minimum value: 0

Maximum value: 64000

state

Current state of the binding. If the binding is enabled, the policy is active.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: ENABLED

Example

add tunnel trafficpolicy cmp_all_destport "REQ.TCP.DESTPORT == 0-65535" GZIPAfter creating above tunnel policy, it can be activated by binding it globally:bind tunnel global cmp_all_destportAfter binding cmp_all_destport compression policy globally, the policy gets activated and the NetScaler will compress all TCP traffic accessed through ssl-vpn tunnel.Globally active tunnel policies can be seen using command:> show tunnel global 1 Globally Active Tunnel Policies:1) Policy Name: cmp_all_destport Priority: 0 Done

unbind tunnel global

Deactivates an active tunnel traffic policy.

Synopsys

unbind tunnel global <policyName>

Arguments

policyName

Name of the tunnel traffic policy to unbind or deactivate.

Example

Globally active tunnel policies can be seen using command:> show tunnel global 1 Globally Active Tunnel Policies:1) Policy Name: cmp_all_destport Priority: 0 DoneThe globally active tunnel traffic policy can be deactivated on the NetScaler system by issuing the command:unbind tunnel global cmp_all_destport

show tunnel global

Displays globally active tunnel policies.

Synopsys

show tunnel global

Outputs

policyName

Policy name.

priority

Priority.

state

Current state of the binding. If the binding is enabled, the policy is active.

builtin

Indicates that a variable is a built-in (SYSTEM INTERNAL) type.

stateflag

devno

count

Example

> sh tunnel global1) Policy Name: cmp_all_destport Priority: 02) Policy Name: local_sub_nocmp Priority: 500 Done