network interface service show

Display available interface services

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The network interface service show command displays available services for IP LIFs and the TCP or UDP ports that each service listens on. The ports listed in this table correspond to well-known ports that each service can be expected to open a listening socket. Services that do not listen for ingress connections are presented with an empty port list.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>,... parameter, the command displays only the fields that you specify.
| [-restrictions ] (privilege: advanced)
The network interface service show-restrictions command displays available services for IP LIFs and usage restrictions for each service. The restrictions determine which LIFs are permitted to use each service and what restrictions the service implies for the LIFs that do use it.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-service <LIF Service Name>] - Service Name
Selects services that match the specified service name.
[-ports <integer>, ...] - TCP/UDP Port Numbers
Selects services that contain all IP ports in the specified list.
[-protocol-ports <text>, ...] - Protocol: Port Numbers
Selects services that match the <protocol>:<port> combination.
[-vserver-policy <svc_vserver_policy>] - Vserver Restrictions
Selects services that match a specific vserver restriction.
[-failover-policy <svc_failover_policy>] - Failover Restrictions
Selects services that match a specific interface failover restriction.

Examples

The following example displays the built-in services.

cluster1::> network interface service show
Service                Protocol:Port
---------------------- -------------
intercluster-core      tcp:11104
                       tcp:11105
management-bgp         tcp:179

2 entries were displayed.