Intelligent Management: rules for ODR routing policy administrative tasks

We can use administrative tasks to configure HTTP or Session Initiation Protocol(SIP) rules for the on demand router (ODR) routing policy.

Use the following rules to configure routing policies. These rules are the preferred routing policy configuration method. We can also configure multi-cluster routing policies for failover and load balancing. To learn more about this procedure, read about configuring the on demand router for multi-cluster failover and load balancing routing.

The main benefits of using the ODR routing policy administrative commands are:


addRoutingRule

The addRoutingRule command adds a routing policy rule.

If we have an existing application edition with a defined multi-cluster routing policy and you install a new edition, create a new multi-cluster routing policy for the new edition.

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Optional parameters

Batch mode example

The following example shows a failover of all applications in a cell to a generic server cluster that points to another cell:

The following example creates a multi-cluster routing policy for a new application edition:

Interactive mode


changeRoutingDefaultRulesAction

The changeRoutingDefaultRulesAction command changes the routing policy default action for a rule.

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Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


changeRoutingRuleAction

The changeRoutingRuleAction command changes a routing policy action for a rule.

Required parameters

Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


changeRoutingRuleExpression

The changeRoutingRuleExpression command changes a routing policy rule expression.

Required parameters

Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


changeRoutingRulePriority

The changeRoutingRulePriority command changes a routing policy rule priority.

Required parameters

Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


createRoutingRules

The createRoutingRules command creates a routing policy rule list.

Required parameters

Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


listRoutingRules

The listRoutingRules deletes a dynamic cluster from the configuration.

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Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


removeRoutingRule

The removeRoutingRule command removes a routing policy rule.

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Optional parameters

Batch mode example

Interactive mode


Related concepts

  • Route policy action types
  • Overview of request flow prioritization


    Related tasks

  • Configure the on demand router for multi-cluster failover and load balancing routing
  • Configure ODRs
  • Create a static cluster of ODRs

  • Intelligent Management: SIP operands
  • Intelligent Management: HTTP operands


    Related information:

  • Intelligent Management: rules for ODR service policy administrative tasks