vserver export-policy rule add-clientmatches
Add list of clientmatch strings to an existing rule
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
vserver export-policy rule add-clientmatches command adds a list of strings to the clientmatch field of a specified export rule in a policy. This command only operates on the clientmatch field; to modify other fields in a rule use the
vserver export-policy modify command.
-vserver <vserver name>- Vserver
This parameter specifies the Vserver on which the export policy is located.
-policyname <export policy name>- Policy Name
This parameter specifies the name of the export policy containing the export rule to which you want to add additional clientmatch strings.
-ruleindex <integer>- Rule Index
This parameter specifies the index number of the export rule to which you want to add additional clientmatch strings. To view a list of rules with their index numbers, use the vserver export-policy rule show command.
-clientmatches <text>- List of Clientmatch Strings to Add
This parameter specifies list of the match strings specifying the client or clients to add to the export rule. Duplicate match strings will not be created and the list may not contain duplicates entries. Match strings from the clientmatches list are added to the clientmatch field if the match string is not identical to one of the strings already in the clientmatch field. The maximum number of clientmatches that can be created is 4096. You can specify the match string in any of the following formats:
As a hostname; for instance, host1
As an IPv4 address; for instance, 10.1.12.24
As an IPv6 address; for instance, fd20:8b1e:b255:4071::100:1
As an IPv4 address with a subnet mask expressed as a number of bits; for instance, 10.1.12.0/24
As an IPv6 address with a subnet mask expressed as a number of bits; for instance, fd20:8b1e:b255:4071::/64
As an IPv4 address with a network mask; for instance, 10.1.16.0/255.255.255.0
As a netgroup, with the netgroup name preceded by the @ character; for instance, @eng
As a domain name preceded by the . character; for instance, .example.com
Note: Entering an IP address range, such as 10.1.12.10-10.1.12.70, is not allowed. Entries in this format are interpreted as a text string and treated as a hostname.
The following example adds match strings "188.8.131.52" and "184.108.40.206" to the clientmatch field of the export rule with index number 3 in an export policy named default_expolicy on a Vserver named vs0.
cluster1::> vserver export-policy rule add-clientmatches -vserver vs0 -policyname default_expolicy -ruleindex 3 -clientmatches "220.127.116.11,18.104.22.168"