sysconf ctc class assign

Assigns a client to a class.

The number of classes that can be created, and the number of clients that can be assigned, are not explicitly limited. Practical limits arise from the overall bandwidth of the interface, .

NOTE   Changes made to CTC configuration come into effect the next time CTC service is restarted. This gives you control over when changes become effective.

TIP   Because CTC works on egress traffic only, be aware of the effects on outgoing interface selection when the choice is affected by Impact of route metric on CTC and Impact of default route on CTC.

User Privileges

Users with the following privileges can perform this command:




sysconf ctc class assign -class <class_name> -interface <eth0> | <eth1> | <eth2> | <eth3> | <bond0> | <bond1> -ipaddress <IPv4_address>

Argument(s) Shortcut Description
-class <class_name> -c Class name. Assigning to a non-existing or “default” class returns an error.
-interface <net_device> -if A network interface devicename on the Luna Network HSM 7 (eth0, eth1, eth2, eth3, bond0, or bond1).
-ipaddress <IPv4_address> -ip Client IP address.


lunash:>sysconf ctc class assign -in eth0 -class class1 -ip

Command Result : 0 (Success)