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B.R. 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 04-Dec-2013•Originally posted on 04-Dec-2013 by Thomas Gobet 984 Hi, When you call [LB::server pool] it returns the default pool name. Learn More Get a Developer Lab license Contact us - Feedback and Help Become an MVP About F5 Corporate Information Newsroom Investor Relations Careers Contact Information Education Training return https://devcentral.f5.com/wiki/iRules.return.ashx 0 You must be logged in to reply. I think you want the host header value and the URI so I used [HTTP::host][HTTP::uri] and removed the protocol from the strings you were checking == should be used for numeric have a peek here

Bear in mind in this momment We are using the same persistence irule for HTTP and HTTPS services with the same virtual IP (both services have the same members too, but Close About DevCentral We are a community of 250,000+ technical peers who solve problems together. Am I wrong?? 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 05-Dec-2013•Originally posted on 05-Dec-2013 by U franco 88 Hi to everybody. Where did my other sock go? http://support.f5.com/kb/en-us/solutions/public/13000/900/sol13905.html

The rule in question appends a local X- header for most traffic giving some info about what sort of forwarding took place, original client IP, SSL status, etc. Thanks Mike 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 13-Jun-2011•Originally posted on 13-Jun-2011 by hoolio 2138 Hi Mike, You can use catch like this: when HTTP_REQUEST { # In our investigation we found out, that the same redirects we're applied on the web servers themselves. HTTP::redirect, local traffic policy, etc)?

And you normally wouldn't see two of the same query string parameter names like tag=1&tag=1. if {[HTTP::header exists X-Forwarded-For]}{ HTTP::header remove X-Forwarded-For } # If the ‘True-Client-IP’ header exists use it, otherwise just use client address. When someone is coming again to your website (new TCP connection in that case), the cookie is presented in the HTTP_REQUEST event (clientside event), but the "LB::server" is not populated because see: https://devcentral.f5.com/articles/irules-101-11-events regards, Philipp 1 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 04-Dec-2013•Originally posted on 04-Dec-2013 by Philippe CLOUP ​F5 Hi Franco, i did some tests in my lab,

If this is the only event referenced by your iRule, then it will appear to have the same effect as exiting out of the iRule (thought it is not exactly the You can login here. × Specify an image to upload: Choose Image Close Insert Image × Post Notification Your post has been identified as spam. Learn More Get a Developer Lab license Contact us - Feedback and Help Become an MVP About F5 Corporate Information Newsroom Investor Relations Careers Contact Information Education Training https://devcentral.f5.com/questions/tcl-error-on-a-irule If it is positioned by an iRule (and there is no default in your Pool, Resources), then the result can be "" (empty).

So in your case if the incoming request is for http://mysite.com you want to redirect it to http://www.mysite.com. I think in order for HTTP_REQUEST to trigger a request method URI and HTTP version would need to be parsed. Close About DevCentral We are a community of 250,000+ technical peers who solve problems together. Filter by: Solution Application Delivery Cloud DevOps Security Technology AAM AFM APM ASM AWS Azure BIG-IP BIG-IP DNS BIG-IQ Enterprise Manager iApps iCall iControl iControlREST IP Intelligence Services iRules iRulesLX

This was working so far but recently we have noticed TCL error coming up in the LTM logs. go to this web-site You can do this with the "break" command which will tell the iRule to STOP Processing anything else in this iRule. Learn More Get a Developer Lab license Contact us - Feedback and Help Become an MVP About F5 Corporate Information Newsroom Investor Relations Careers Contact Information Education Training I will try your solution ASAP. 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 04-Dec-2013•Originally posted on 04-Dec-2013 by Philipp Stadler 228 Hi, first of all, you have a

Any idea ? http://colinmeldrum.com/tcl-error/tcl-error-f5.html One way to work around this, as nitass said, is to interrupt the event from further processing by issuing an **event HTTP_REQUEST disable** command after you issue the redirect. Mon Oct 6 09:50:41 CDT 2014 err tmm tmm[6950] 01220001 TCL error: /Common/mysiteDotCom_DNN - Operation not supported. if {[HTTP::header exists True-Client-IP]}{ HTTP::header replace X-Forwarded-For [HTTP::header value True-Client-IP] } else { HTTP::header replace X-Forwarded-For [IP::client_addr] } } } There were a few issues: Tcl error from trying to issue

Thanks Guys. 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 06-Oct-2014•Originally posted on 06-Oct-2014 by rolf 111 Gilbert, in the first switch statement the HTTP might miss in front if {[catch {HTTP::method} result]}{ log local0. "[IP::client_addr]:[TCP::client_port]: Error running HTTP::method ($result). If this is not the case, please contact [email protected] http://colinmeldrum.com/tcl-error/tcl-last-error.html when HTTP_REQUEST { if { [HTTP::method] eq "GET" } { #1 # Check for no-cookie loop if { (([HTTP::uri] contains "?tag=1?tag=1") or ([HTTP::uri] contains "&tag=1&tag=1")) } { HTTP::redirect "http://foo.com/cookiedetectresponse.jsp" } }

Electing a new Master Node and writing new Master Node Entry." } set new_pool [LB::select] table set "[LB::server pool]\-Master" "$new_pool" indef indef eval $new_pool } } unset -nocomplain new_pool } Ultimately and no "tcl errors" any more! Use eq for string comparisons.

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So I assume that the log message you're getting for CLIENT_CLOSED isn't actually from that connection. If you are suggesting me to configure default pool at the top of the irule, I had to configure a different irule for HTTP and HTTPS services. HTH. 0 You must be logged in to answer. I'm curious to see what's breaking things. :) #Colin 0 You must be logged in to answer.

TCL error: /Common/iRule_Global_Quality_500_RMQ_LB_Hook - Routing problem (line 1) (line 1) invoked from within "log -noname 172.22.0.90:514 local0. "$log_prefix Lookup Session Table for existing Master Node Entry." " The logging server James 0 Rate this Question Answers to this Question ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER Updated 26-Mar-2014•Originally posted on 26-Mar-2014 by Kevin Stewart ​F5 I get a similar error Due to the fact that more IPs are possible I've written a little iRule, where I check if the field already exists and in case, removes it and write it new. http://colinmeldrum.com/tcl-error/tcl-tk-error.html One that's been bugging me is this: tmm tmm[1208]: 01220001:3: TCL error: IRULE_foobar - while executing "HTTP::method" I get about a thousand of those entries a day out of hundreds

Actually all our needs are customized with iRules. Here's the key part of the code: when HTTP_REQUEST { if { [HTTP::method] equals "TRACE" } { reject } # append headers as necessary... } Am I doing something wrong? Rolf 0 You must be logged in to answer. Try this: when HTTP_REQUEST { if { [HTTP::header exists True-Client-IP] } { HTTP::header replace X-Forwarded-For [HTTP::header True-Client-IP] } else { HTTP::header replace X-Forwarded-For [IP::client_addr] } } 0 ​ USER ACCEPTED ANSWER

Thanks. 0 You must be logged in to answer. As I also have multipl iRule executing after the first one. 0 ​ Updated 26-Aug-2014•Originally posted on 26-Aug-2014 by Moinul Rony 113 Hi Nitass, Can you give an example on how I'll test this on our next change window.