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ACE20-MOD-K9 - how to discover a server?

Hi there!

 

First foray into Cisco load balancing for me.  Looking to discover how to find a server instance on a Cisco ACE20-MOD-K9.  What I need to do is remove 5 servers (1 at a time) using the 'no inservice' command.  Just need to locate their instances on the load balancer.

 

I have:

 

Server Names

Server internal IP addresses

 

 

Since the commands aren't revealing themselves to me naturally like they seem to on Nexus for example, asking for help from the community again :)

 

Please advise if possible, many thanks!

 

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Cisco Employee

Hi,So if you are looking for

Hi,

So if you are looking for a server named LYNC, you will do below:

switch/Admin# sh running-config rserver LYNC
Generating configuration....

rserver host LYNC
  ip address 10.x.x.x
  inservice

You can do the same for serverfarms, class-maps, policy maps etc. You can also filter using "show run | inc <name>"

Show serverfarms, show rservers, show service-policy summary are few commands which can come in handy to find out configured items and names.

Pasting a link for your reference which is useful for TS and basic commands.

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Application_Control_Engine_%28ACE%29_Troubleshooting_Guide_--_Troubleshooting_ACE_Health_Monitoring

 

Let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,

Kanwal

 

 

 

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Cisco Employee

Hi,So if you are looking for

Hi,

So if you are looking for a server named LYNC, you will do below:

switch/Admin# sh running-config rserver LYNC
Generating configuration....

rserver host LYNC
  ip address 10.x.x.x
  inservice

You can do the same for serverfarms, class-maps, policy maps etc. You can also filter using "show run | inc <name>"

Show serverfarms, show rservers, show service-policy summary are few commands which can come in handy to find out configured items and names.

Pasting a link for your reference which is useful for TS and basic commands.

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Application_Control_Engine_%28ACE%29_Troubleshooting_Guide_--_Troubleshooting_ACE_Health_Monitoring

 

Let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,

Kanwal

 

 

 

New Member

Thanks Kanwal,Had tried all

Thanks Kanwal,

Had tried all those commands and figured I missed something.  Since nothing returned guess what... that server is on a different load balancer.  Awesome, lol!

 

Cisco Employee

Hi,You are most welcome. That

Hi,

You are most welcome. That made me laugh:)

Regards,

Kanwal

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