- clientside - Causes the specified iRule commands to be evaluated under the client-side context.
- clone - Causes the system to clone traffic to the specified pool or pool member regardless of monitor status.
- cpu - The cpu usage command returns the average TMM cpu load for the given interval.
- discard - Causes the current packet or connection to be dropped/discarded. Same as the drop command.
- drop - Causes the current packet or connection to be dropped/discarded. Same as the discard command.
- event - Enables or disables evaluation of the specified iRule event. or all iRule events. on this connection.
- forward - Sets the connection to forward IP packets.
- HTTP - iRules commands and events relating to the HTTP protocol
- if - Examines the supplied conditional and executes the following code if the result is true.
- lasthop - Sets the lasthop of an IP connection.
- log - Generates and logs a message to the syslog-ng utility.
- nexthop - Sets the nexthop of an IP connection.
- node - Sends the packet directly to the identified server node.
- peer - Causes the specified iRule commands to be evaluated under the peer’s (opposite) context.
- persist - Causes the system to use the named persistence type to persist the connection.
- pool - Causes the system to load balance traffic to the specified pool or pool member regardless of monitor status.
- rateclass - Causes the system to select the specified rate class to use when transmitting packets.
- reject - Causes the connection to be rejected.
- serverside - Causes the specified iRule command to be evaluated under the server-side context.
- snat - Causes the LTM system to assign the specified translation address to the current connection.
- snatpool - Causes the specified pool of addresses to be used as translation addresses to create a SNAT.
- static - A namespace for creating global variables that hold constant values. in a CMP-compatible fashion
- tcl_platform - A variable that contains platform specific information
- when - Used to specify an event in an iRule.
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