Product Documentation

Group Mode Configuration

Sep 07, 2012

show group-mode

Syntax: show group-mode
[-type {local, peers, rules}]

Displays the group mode configuration.

enable group-mode

Syntax: enable group-mode

Enables group mode.

Syntax: enable group-mode
-type peer 
-member-ip “ipaddr”

Enables a group mode peer. -member-ip specifies which peer to enable.

Syntax: enable group-mode
-type rule 
{-all, -id “id”}

Enables a group forwarding rule. -id specifies which rule to enable. -all specifies that all rules should be enabled.

disable group-mode

Syntax: disable group-mode

Disables group mode.

Syntax: disable group-mode
-type peer 
-member-ip “ipaddr”

Disables a group mode peer. -member-ip specifies which peer to disable.

Syntax: disable group-mode
-type rule 
{-all, -id “id” }

Disables a group forwarding rule. -id specifies which rule to disable. -all specifies that all rules should be disabled.

set group-mode

Syntax: set group-mode
[-accelerate-with-failure {enable, disable}] 
[-forward-loop-prevention {enable, disable}]

Enables or disables group mode options. This command has the same parameters as that on the Group Mode page on the Web UI.

Syntax: set group-mode
-type local 
-adapter {apa, apb, primary}

Sets the adapter parameter of the local group mode. This command has the same parameters as that on the Group Mode page on the Web UI.

add group-mode

Syntax: add group-mode
-type peer 
-member-ip “ipaddr” 
-state {enable, disable} 
-common-name “name” 
[-ha-common-name “name”]

Adds a group mode peer. This command has the same parameters as that on the Group Mode page on the Web UI.

Syntax: add group-mode
-type rule 
-member-ip “ipaddr” 
-subnet “subnet” 
-ports “port-range” 
[-forwarded-if {match, not-match}] 
[-state {enable, disable}]

Adds a group forwarding rule. This command has the same parameters as that on the Group Mode page on the Web UI.

remove group-mode

Syntax: remove group-mode
-type peer 
{-all, -member-ip “ipaddr”}

Removes a group mode peer. -member-ip specifies which peer to remove. -all specifies that all peers should be removed.

Syntax: remove group-mode
-type rule 
{-all, -id “id”}

Removes a group forwarding rule. -id specifies which rule to remove. -all specifies that all rules should be removed.