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Binding Policies to the Cache Redirection Virtual Server

Aug 22, 2013

Cache redirection policies are not automatically bound to the cache redirection virtual server. A policy based cache redirection virtual server cannot function unless you bind at least one policy to it.

To bind policies to a cache redirection virtual server by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

  • bind cr vserver <name> -policyName <string>
  • show cr vserver [<name>]

Example

 
> bind cr vserver Vserver-CRD-1 -policyName bypass-cache-control 
 Done 
> bind cr vserver Vserver-CRD-1 -policyName bypass-dynamic-url 
 Done 
> bind cr vserver Vserver-CRD-1 -policyName bypass-urltokens 
 Done 
> bind cr vserver Vserver-CRD-1 -policyName bypass-cookie 
 Done 
 
> show cr vserver Vserver-CRD-1 
        Vserver-CRD-1 (*:80) - HTTP     Type: CONTENT 
        State: UP  ARP:DISABLED 
        Client Idle Timeout: 180 sec 
        Down state flush: ENABLED 
        Disable Primary Vserver On Down : DISABLED 
        Default:        Content Precedence: RULE        Cache: TRANSPARENT 
        On Policy Match: ORIGIN L2Conn: OFF     OriginUSIP: OFF 
        Redirect: POLICY        Reuse: ON       Via: ON ARP: OFF 
 
1)      Cache bypass  Policy: bypass-cache-control 
2)      Cache bypass  Policy: bypass-dynamic-url 
3)      Cache bypass  Policy: bypass-urltokens 
4)      Cache bypass  Policy: bypass-cookie 
 Done 
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To bind a user-defined policy to a cache redirection virtual server by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Traffic Management > Cache Redirection > Virtual Servers.
  2. Click the virtual server that you want to configure, and click Open.
  3. On the Policies tab, select type of the policy and then click Insert Policy.
  4. Under Policy Name column, select the policy that you want to bind.
  5. Click OK.