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config global-load-balance topology

Use this command to edit the member location list. This location is used when a vitual server pool is added to the host.

Starting from FortiADC 5.x.x, you can specify one location list as "any" to indicate any country other than the one that is already specified if you use DNS query origin method in a host.

Syntax

config global-load-balance topology

edit <No.>

set member <country or city>

next

end

 

member

The country or city code.

Example

FortiADC-VM # config global-load-balance topology

FortiADC-VM (topology) # edit "1"

FortiADC-VM (1) # set member CN11

FortiADC-VM (1) # next

FortiADC-VM (topology) # end

 

Note: Starting from FortiADC 5.x.x, you must use country or city code to indicate a country or city. In the example above, "CN11" stands for "China, Beijing".

config global-load-balance topology

Use this command to edit the member location list. This location is used when a vitual server pool is added to the host.

Starting from FortiADC 5.x.x, you can specify one location list as "any" to indicate any country other than the one that is already specified if you use DNS query origin method in a host.

Syntax

config global-load-balance topology

edit <No.>

set member <country or city>

next

end

 

member

The country or city code.

Example

FortiADC-VM # config global-load-balance topology

FortiADC-VM (topology) # edit "1"

FortiADC-VM (1) # set member CN11

FortiADC-VM (1) # next

FortiADC-VM (topology) # end

 

Note: Starting from FortiADC 5.x.x, you must use country or city code to indicate a country or city. In the example above, "CN11" stands for "China, Beijing".