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diagnose server-load-balance session

Use this command to filter and display the session table (current sessions).

Syntax

diagnose server-load-balance session filter {'<option>'|show|clear}

diagnose server-load-balance session list

diagnose server-load-balance session clear [l4]

 

filter

Create, show, or clear session list filters.

Use multiple commands to add filters to the filter list. For example, one command to add a source-ip filter and another to add a vs-name filter.

Put the filter expression in single quotes.

Filter options include:

  • source-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • source-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • dest-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • dest-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • trans-source-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • trans-source-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • trans-dest-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • trans-dest-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • type—Specify ipv4, ipv6, ipv4v6, or ipv6v4.
  • protocol—Specify tcp or udp.
  • vs-name—Specify a space-separated list of up to 8 virtual server configuration names.
  • rs-name—Specify a space-separated list of up to 8 real server configuration names.

list

List matching sessions.

clear

Clear the list of matching sessions.

Example

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter 'source-ip 10.1.1.1 10.1.1.100'

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter 'vs-name vs1 vs2'

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter show

filter=[flag:1000 type:0 protocol:0 service:0

source ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

dest ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

trans source ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

trans dest ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

virtual server: vs1 vs2

real server:]

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session list

client-ip/port virtual-server-ip/port local-ip/port real-server-ip/port protocol service state in-bytes out-bytes expire virtual-server-name real-server-name

FortiADC-VM #

diagnose server-load-balance session

Use this command to filter and display the session table (current sessions).

Syntax

diagnose server-load-balance session filter {'<option>'|show|clear}

diagnose server-load-balance session list

diagnose server-load-balance session clear [l4]

 

filter

Create, show, or clear session list filters.

Use multiple commands to add filters to the filter list. For example, one command to add a source-ip filter and another to add a vs-name filter.

Put the filter expression in single quotes.

Filter options include:

  • source-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • source-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • dest-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • dest-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • trans-source-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • trans-source-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • trans-dest-ip—Single IP address or specify start and end addresses of a range.
  • trans-dest-port—Single port number or start and end port numbers of a range.
  • type—Specify ipv4, ipv6, ipv4v6, or ipv6v4.
  • protocol—Specify tcp or udp.
  • vs-name—Specify a space-separated list of up to 8 virtual server configuration names.
  • rs-name—Specify a space-separated list of up to 8 real server configuration names.

list

List matching sessions.

clear

Clear the list of matching sessions.

Example

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter 'source-ip 10.1.1.1 10.1.1.100'

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter 'vs-name vs1 vs2'

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session filter show

filter=[flag:1000 type:0 protocol:0 service:0

source ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

dest ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

trans source ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

trans dest ip range: :: - :: port range: 0 - 0

virtual server: vs1 vs2

real server:]

FortiADC-VM # diagnose server-load-balance session list

client-ip/port virtual-server-ip/port local-ip/port real-server-ip/port protocol service state in-bytes out-bytes expire virtual-server-name real-server-name

FortiADC-VM #