Product Documentation

Viewing Classic Policies

Oct 29, 2013

You can view classic policies by using either the configuration utility or the command line. You can view details such as the policy’s name, expression, and bindings.

To view a classic policy and its binding information by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type the following commands to view a classic policy and its binding information:

show <featureName> policy [policyName]

Example

> show appfw policy GenericApplicationSSL_ 
        Name: GenericApplicationSSL_    Rule: ns_only_get_adv 
        Profile: GenericApplicationSSL_Prof1    Hits: 0 
        Undef Hits: 0 
        Policy is bound to following entities 
        1) REQ VSERVER app_u_GenericApplicationSSLPortalPages   PRIORITY : 100 
 Done
Note: If you omit the policy name, all policies are listed without the binding details.

To view classic policies and policy bindings by using the configuration utility

  1. In the navigation pane, expand the feature whose policies you want to view, (for example, if you want to view application firewall policies, expand Application Firewall), and then click Policies.
  2. In the details pane, do one or more of the following:
    • To view details for a specific policy, click the policy. Details appear in the Details area of the configuration pane.
    • To view bindings for a specific policy, click the policy, and then click Show Bindings.
    • To view global bindings, click the policy, and then click Global Bindings. Note that you cannot bind a Content Switching, Cache Redirection, SureConnect, Priority Queuing, or NetScaler Gateway Authorization policy globally.