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sys log-config destination ipfix(1)			BIG-IP TMSH Manual		       sys log-config destination ipfix(1)

       ipfix - Formats log messages into IPFIX messages and sends them to a specified pool of IPFIX Collectors

       sys log-config destination

	create ipfix [name]
	modify ipfix [name]
	  app-service			 [[string] | none]
	  description			 [string]
	  pool-name			 [string]
	  protocol-version		 [ipfix | netflow-9]
	  template-delete-delay 	 [integer]
	  template-retransmit-interval	 [integer]
	  transport-profile		 [profile name]
	  serverssl-profile		 [profile name]

	list ipfix
	list ipfix [ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]

	delete ipfix [name]

       Note: You must remove all references to a destination before you can delete the destination. Default destinations may not
       be deleted.

       You can use this destination component to create IPFIX forwarding destinations for the common logging interface.

       The IPFIX protocol is designed for logging IP-transmission events. RFC 5101 ()
       specifies the protocol, and RFC 5102 () describes the information model for IPFIX logs.
       IPFIX logs are raw, binary-encoded strings with their fields and field lengths defined by IPFIX templates. IPFIX collectors
       are external devices that can receive IPFIX templates and use them to interpret IPFIX logs.

       create ipfix my_dest pool-name my_pool

       Creates a destination named my_dest which sends IPFIX messages to the pool named my_pool.

       delete ipfix my_dest

       Deletes the destination named my_dest. Destinations cannot be deleted when in use by a publisher or another destination.

       list ipfix my_dest

       Displays properties of the destination named my_dest.

       all  Specifies that you want to modify all of the existing components of the specified type.

	    Specifies the name of the application service to which the destination belongs.  The default value is none.

	    Note: If the strict-updates option is enabled on the application service that owns the object, you cannot modify or
	    delete the destination. Only the application service can modify or delete the destination.

	    A user defined description for this logging destination.

       glob Displays the items that match the glob expression. See help glob for a description of glob expression syntax.

       name Specifies a unique name for the component. This option is required for the commands create, delete, and modify.

	    Specifies the LTM pool that receives messages from the IPFIX destination. This option is required for the create
	    command.  The pool should contain one or more IPFIX collectors; use the "ltm pool" component to set up an LTM pool.

	    Specifies the protocol version used to encode IPFIX messages sent by this logging destination. The possible values are
	    ipfix and netflow-9.  The default is ipfix.

	    This feature is not implemented.

	    Specifies the time interval, in seconds, after which this IPFIX logging destination must resend all active IPFIX
	    Templates to the pool of IPFIX collectors.

	    The logging destination periodically retransmits all of its IPFIX templates at the interval you set in this property.
	    These retransmissions can be helpful if the transport-profile is UDP, a lossy transport mechanism. They can also be
	    useful for debugging a network session with a network analyzer, such as Wireshark.

	    The default value is 30 seconds.

	    Specifies the name of a profile for the transport protocol to be used by this IPFIX logging destination. You can use
	    any existing TCP-based or UDP-based profile. The default value is the default udp profile.

	    You can use the ltm profile tcp command (see "ltm profile tcp") to create a TCP profile, or ltm profile udp (see "ltm
	    profile udp") to create a UDP profile.

	    Specifies the name of a server-side SSL profile to be used by this IPFIX Log Destination. The default is not to use a
	    server-side SSL profile. If one is specified, the IPFIX Log Destination must be configured to use TCP as the transport
	    protocol, and will use SSL over TCP to communicate with the configured IPFIX collectors.

	    You can use the ltm profile server-ssl command (see "ltm profile server-ssl") to create a server-side SSL profile.

	    Displays the items that match the regular expression. The regular expression must be preceded by an at sign (@[regular
	    expression]) to indicate that the identifier is a regular expression. See help regex for a description of regular
	    expression syntax.

       ltm pool, ltm profile tcp, ltm profile udp, create, delete, glob, list, modify, regex, tmsh

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