Bind a policy to a virtual server
A globally bound policy applies to all load balancing and content switching virtual servers.
Note that when binding a policy to a virtual server, you must identify it as a request-time or a response-time policy.
Bind a policy to a load balancing or content switching virtual server by using the CLI
At the command prompt, type the following commands to bind a policy to a load balancing or content switching virtual server and verify the configuration:
- bind lb|cs vserver <virtualServerName> -policyName <policyName> -priority <positiveInteger> -type REQUEST|RESPONSE - show lb vserver <name>
> bind lb vserver lbvip -policyName ns_cmp_msapp -priority 50 Done > show lb vserver lbvip lbvip (184.108.40.206:80) - HTTP Type: ADDRESS State: DOWN Last state change was at Wed Jul 15 05:54:24 2009 (+226 ms) Time since last state change: 28 days, 01:57:26.350 Effective State: DOWN Client Idle Timeout: 180 sec Down state flush: ENABLED Disable Primary Vserver On Down : DISABLED Port Rewrite : DISABLED No. of Bound Services : 0 (Total) 0 (Active) Configured Method: LEASTCONNECTION Mode: IP Persistence: NONE Vserver IP and Port insertion: OFF Push: DISABLED Push VServer: Push Multi Clients: NO Push Label Rule: none 1) Policy : ns_cmp_msapp Priority:50 2) Policy : cf-pol Priority:1 Inherited Done
Bind a policy to an SSL offload virtual server by using the CLI
At the command prompt, type the following commands to bind a policy to an SSL offload virtual server and verify the configuration:
bind ssl vserver <vServerName>@ -policyName <policyName> -priority <positiveInteger>
Bind a policy to a virtual server by using the GUI
- In the navigation pane, expand Traffic Management > Load Balancing, Traffic Management > Content Switching, Traffic Management > SSL Offload, Security > AAA- Application Traffic, or NetScaler Gateway, and then click Virtual Servers.
- In the details pane, double-click the virtual server to which you want to bind the policy, and then click Open.
- On the Policies tab, click the icon for the type of policy that you want to bind (the choices are feature-specific), and then click the name of the policy. Note that for some features, you can bind both classic policies and policies that use the default syntax to the virtual server.
- If you are binding a policy to a Content Switching virtual server, in the Target field select a load balancing virtual server to which traffic that matches the policy is sent.
- Click OK. A message in the status bar indicates that the policy is bound successfully.