Product Documentation

Unbinding a Policy

Nov 14, 2013
If you want to re-assign a policy or delete it, you must first remove its binding.

To unbind an integrated caching, rewrite, or compression default syntax policy globally by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type the following commands to unbind an integrated caching, rewrite, or compression default syntax policy globally and verify the configuration:
  • unbind cache|rewrite|cmp global <policyName> [-type req_override|req_default|res_override|res_default] [-priority <positiveInteger>]
  • show cache|rewrite|cmp global

    Example

    > unbind cache global_nonPostReq 
     Done 
    > show cache global 
    1)      Global bindpoint: REQ_DEFAULT 
            Number of bound policies: 1 
     
    2)      Global bindpoint: RES_DEFAULT 
            Number of bound policies: 1 
     
     Done
    The priority is required only for the “dummy” policy named NOPOLICY.

To unbind a responder policy globally by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type the following commands to unbind a responder policy globally and verify the configuration:
  • unbind responder global <policyName> [-type override|default] [-priority <positiveInteger>]
  • show responder global

    Example

    > unbind responder global pol404Error 
     Done 
    > show responder global 
    1)      Global bindpoint: REQ_DEFAULT 
            Number of bound policies: 1 
     
     Done
    The priority is required only for the “dummy” policy named NOPOLICY.

To unbind a DNS policy globally by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type the following commands to unbind a DNS policy globally and verify the configuration:
  • unbind responder global <policyName>
  • unbind responder global

    Example

     unbind dns global dfgdfg 
     Done 
     show dns global 
    Policy name : dfgdfggfhg 
            Priority : 100 
            Goto expression : END 
     Done

To unbind a default syntax policy from a virtual server by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type the following commands to unbind a default syntax policy from a virtual server and verify the configuration:
  • unbind cs vserver <name> -policyName <policyName> [-priority <positiveInteger>] [-type REQUEST|RESPONSE]
  • show lb vserver <name>

    Example

     unbind cs vserver vs-cont-switch  -policyName pol1 
     Done 
    > show cs vserver vs-cont-switch 
            vs-cont-switch (10.102.29.10:80) - HTTP Type: CONTENT 
            State: UP 
            Last state change was at Wed Aug 19 08:56:55 2009 (+18 ms) 
            Time since last state change: 0 days, 02:47:55.750 
            Client Idle Timeout: 180 sec 
            Down state flush: ENABLED 
            Disable Primary Vserver On Down : DISABLED 
            Port Rewrite : DISABLED 
            State Update: DISABLED 
            Default:        Content Precedence: RULE 
            Vserver IP and Port insertion: OFF 
            Case Sensitivity: ON 
            Push: DISABLED  Push VServer: 
            Push Label Rule: none 
     Done
    The priority is required only for the “dummy” policy named NOPOLICY.

To unbind an integrated caching, responder, rewrite, or compression default syntax policy globally by using the configuration utility

  1. In the navigation pane, click the feature with the policy that you want to unbind (for example, Integrated Caching).
  2. In the details pane, click <Feature Name> policy manager.
  3. In the Policy Manager dialog box, select the bind point with the policy that you want to unbind, for example, Default Global.
  4. Click the policy name that you want to unbind, and then click Unbind Policy.
  5. Click Apply Changes.
  6. Click Close. A message in the status bar indicates that the policy is unbound successfully.

To unbind a DNS policy globally by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Traffic Management > DNS > Policies.
  2. In the details pane, click Global Bindings.
  3. In the Global Bindings dialog box, select policy and click unbind policy.
  4. Click OK. A message in the status bar indicates that the policy is unbinded successfully.

To unbind a default syntax policy from a load balancing or content switching virtual server by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Traffic Management, and expand Load Balancing or Content Switching, and then click Virtual Servers.
  2. In the details pane, double-click the virtual server from which you want to unbind the policy.
  3. On the Policies tab, in the Active column, clear the check box next to the policy that you want to unbind.
  4. Click OK. A message in the status bar indicates that the policy is unbinded successfully.