doctl compute load-balancer add-forwarding-rules

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Usage

doctl compute load-balancer add-forwarding-rules <id> [flags]

Description

Use this command to add forwarding rules to a load balancer, specified with the --forwarding-rules flag. Valid rules include:

  • entry_protocol: The entry protocol used for traffic to the load balancer. Possible values are: http, https, http2, or tcp.
  • entry_port: The entry port used for incoming traffic to the load balancer.
  • target_protocol: The target protocol used for traffic from the load balancer to the backend Droplets. Possible values are: http, https, http2, or tcp.
  • target_port: The target port used to send traffic from the load balancer to the backend Droplets.
  • certificate_id: The ID of the TLS certificate used for SSL termination, if enabled. Can be obtained with doctl certificate list
  • tls_passthrough: Whether SSL passthrough is enabled on the load balancer.

Flags

Option Description
--forwarding-rules A comma-separated list of key-value pairs representing forwarding rules, which define how traffic is routed, e.g.: entry_protocol:tcp,entry_port:3306,target_protocol:tcp,target_port:3306.
--help , -h Help for this command
Command Description
doctl compute load-balancer Display commands to manage load balancers

Global Flags

Option Description
--access-token, -t API V2 access token
--api-url, -u Override default API endpoint
--config, -c Specify a custom config file
Default:
  • macOS: ${HOME}/Library/Application Support/doctl/config.yaml
  • Linux: ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/doctl/config.yaml
  • Windows: %APPDATA%\doctl\config.yaml
--context Specify a custom authentication context name
--output, -o Desired output format [text|json]
Default: text
--trace Show a log of network activity while performing a command
Default: false
--verbose, -v Enable verbose output
Default: false