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How to know if asm policy is referenced by one or more rules in BIG-IP?

THE_BLUE
Cirrus
Cirrus

How to know if asm policy is referenced by one or more rules in BIG-IP?

is there any dashboard that might help in this ?

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AlexBCT
MVP
MVP

Hi Blue,

 

I assume you mean Local Traffic Policies with "rules" and you are talking about virtual servers that have a more complex assignment policy, rather than the default ASM policy rule?

 

If so, you can have a look in the CLI, either via TMSH or opening up bigip.conf in a text editor and search for the name of the ASM policy.

 

For example, open CLI, then from linux command prompt; "nano /config/bigip.conf" and Control-W and type the name of the ASM policy. Repeating Control-W will let you jump through the rest of the config file.

 

Hope this helps.

 

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AlexBCT
MVP
MVP

Hi Blue,

 

I assume you mean Local Traffic Policies with "rules" and you are talking about virtual servers that have a more complex assignment policy, rather than the default ASM policy rule?

 

If so, you can have a look in the CLI, either via TMSH or opening up bigip.conf in a text editor and search for the name of the ASM policy.

 

For example, open CLI, then from linux command prompt; "nano /config/bigip.conf" and Control-W and type the name of the ASM policy. Repeating Control-W will let you jump through the rest of the config file.

 

Hope this helps.

 

THE_BLUE
Cirrus
Cirrus

Many thanks