Product Documentation

ns mode

Sep 12, 2016

The following operations can be performed on "ns mode":

enable ns mode

Enables NetScaler mode(s).

Synopsys

enable ns mode <Mode> ...

Arguments

Mode

Mode to be enabled. Multiple modes can be specified by providing a blank space between each mode.

Example

This CLI command enables the system's client keep-alive feature: enable ns mode CKA

disable ns mode

Disables NetScaler mode(s).

Synopsys

disable ns mode <Mode> ...

Arguments

Mode

Mode to be disabled. Multiple modes can be specified by providing a blank space between each mode.

Example

This example shows the command to disable the system's client keep-alive feature: disable ns mode CKA

show ns mode

Displays the current state of NetScaler modes.

Synopsys

show ns mode

Outputs

Mode

Mode to be enabled. Multiple modes can be specified by providing a blank space between each mode.

FR

Fast Ramp.

L2

Layer 2 mode.

USIP

Use Source IP.

CKA

Client Keep-alive.

TCPB

TCP Buffering.

MBF

MAC-based forwarding.

Edge

Edge configuration.

USNIP

Use Subnet IP.

L3

Layer 3 mode (ip forwarding).

PMTUD

Path MTU Discovery.

Mediaclassification

mediaclassification

SRADV

Static Route Advertisement.

DRADV

Direct Route Advertisement.

IRADV

Intranet Route Advertisement.

SRADV6

Ipv6 Static Route Advertisement.

DRADV6

Ipv6 Direct Route Advertisement.

BridgeBPDUs

BPDU Bridging Mode.

RISE_APBR

APBR Publishing Mode.

RISE_RHI

RHI Publishing Mode.

ULFD

Unified Logging Framework Mode for adding/removing ULF services