I am in need to to do a post instead of a Get with a probe. So I have configured a TCL script to perform this. The issue I have is that I also need to parse the Cookie instead of the http1. response. Any ideas? Or does anyone have a variable indetifiers for TCL scripting that Cisco uses?
Health probe scripts have access to many configured items through a predefined TCL array. The most common use of this array is to find the current real server IP addresses of the suspect during any particular launch of the script.
Whenever the ACE executes a script probe, a special array called scriptprobe_env is passed to the script. This array holds important parameters that may be used by the script.
Member name Content
Suspect IP address
Suspect IP port
Configured probe interval in seconds
Configured socket open timeout for this probe (tbd)
Configured socket receive timeout for this probe
Configure failed timeout
Configured retry count
Current suspect health status
The ID for the context running this script
Consecutive successful retries on a failed server before marking it as passed
Boolean to determine if this IP address is a routed address
Process identifier of the TCL process
Pointer to the event structure (em_event_t)
Kindly refer to the following url to get more info regarding your tcl variables:
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VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
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