Gateway Name

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Introduction

We explain how to use gateway names on the TFGrid using tfcmd.

Deploy

tfcmd deploy gateway name [flags]

Required Flags

  • name: name for the gateway deployment also used for canceling the deployment. must be unique.
  • backends: list of backends the gateway will forward requests to.

Optional Flags

  • node: node id gateway should be deployed on.
  • farm: farm id gateway should be deployed on, if set choose available node from farm that fits vm specs (default 1). note: node and farm flags cannot be set both. -tls: add TLS passthrough option (default false).

Example:

$ tfcmd deploy gateway name -n gatewaytest --node 14 --backends http://93.184.216.34:80
3:34PM INF deploying gateway name
3:34PM INF fqdn: gatewaytest.gent01.dev.grid.tf

Get

tfcmd get gateway name <gateway>

gateway is the name used when deploying gateway-name using tfcmd.

Example:

$ tfcmd get gateway name gatewaytest
1:56PM INF gateway name:
{
        "NodeID": 14,
        "Name": "gatewaytest",
        "Backends": [
                "http://93.184.216.34:80"
        ],
        "TLSPassthrough": false,
        "Description": "",
        "SolutionType": "gatewaytest",
        "NodeDeploymentID": {
                "14": 19644
        },
        "FQDN": "gatewaytest.gent01.dev.grid.tf",
        "NameContractID": 19643,
        "ContractID": 19644
}

Cancel

tfcmd cancel <deployment-name>

deployment-name is the name of the deployment specified in while deploying using tfcmd.

Example:

$ tfcmd cancel gatewaytest
3:37PM INF canceling contracts for project gatewaytest
3:37PM INF gatewaytest canceled