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Barracuda Web Application Firewall
Barracuda Web Application Firewall

Virtual Service

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A "Virtual Service" is a combination of a Virtual IP (VIP) address and a TCP port, which listens and directs the traffic to the intended service.

To Create a Virtual Service

URL: /v1/virtual_services
Method: POST
Description: Creates a virtual service with the given values.
Parameter NameData TypeMandatoryDescription
Input Parameters:   
nameAlphanumericYesThe name of the new service.
ip_addressNumericYesThe virtual IP address that will be used for accessing this application.
portNumericYesThe port number on which your web server responds.
typeEnumerationYes

The type of the service you want to create. The enumerated values include:

  • HTTP
  • HTTPS
  • FTP
  • FTPSSL
  • CUSTOM
  • CUSTOMSSL
  • INSTANTSSL
  • REDIRECT (for Redirect service)
address_versionEnumerationYes

The internet protocol version of the service. The enumerated values include:

  • ipv4
  • ipv6
vsiteAlphanumericOptional

The name of the vsite under which the service needs to be created.

Note: This field is required ONLY when the service needs to be created under a specific vsite. If not, the service will be created under the default vsite.
groupAlphanumericOptional

The name of the service group under which the service needs to be created.

Note: This field is required ONLY when the service needs to be created under a specific service group. If not, the service will be created under the default service group.
certificateAlphanumericConditional

The certificate that needs to be presented to the browser when accessing this Service.

Note: This is a required parameter

ONLY when the service is HTTPS, Instant SSL, Custom SSL or FTP SSL.

service_hostnameAlphanumericConditional

The domain name to identify and rewrite HTTP requests to HTTPS.

Note: This is a required parameter ONLY when the service is Instant SSL.

Output Parameters:   
idAlphanumeric The name of the service that got created.
Example: HTTP Service

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzNzk2NDA4MzciLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImIxZjQzYmVhZTk5MWFmMWUyNDYzYTFiNjA5\nYzYzZTFjIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X POST -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"name": "demo_service_3", "ip_address": "10.11.16.176", "port": "80", "type":"http", "address_version":"ipv4", "vsite":"demo_vsite", "group":"demo_vsite_group"}'

Response:

{"id":"demo_service_3","token":"eyJldCI6IjEzNzk2NTIyNjEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImRiODUwZDMxZjYzNTQ4Njk2MzdhZDZiZThl\nMTQzODMxIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Example: HTTPS Service

Request:

 curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzNzk1OTYwOTAiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImIxMzJiMmI2MmI3ZDYzYTc0NTU5M2UzNTFm\nNzMxMTEwIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X POST -H Content-Type:application/json –d '{"certificate":"cert1","address_version":"ipv4","name":"demo_service_2","type":"https","ip_address":"10.11.12.138","port":"80"}'

Response:

{"id":"demo_service_2","token":"eyJldCI6IjEzNzk2NTIyNjEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImRiODUwZDMxZjYzNTQ4Njk2MzdhZDZiZThl\nMTQzODMxIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Example: Instant SSL Service

Request:

 curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzODAyODg0MTUiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImJmYTdjMGFiODIzZjdkNTNlMzg2Y2E2YzRl\nZDlkNzM4IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X POST -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"name": "instant_ssl", "ip_address": "10.11.25.233", "port": "445", "type":"instantssl", "address_version":"ipv4", "vsite":"default", "group":"default", "certificate":"cert", "service_hostname": "*"}'

 Response:

{"id":"instant_ssl","token":"eyJldCI6IjEzODAzMDkzNDkiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImQzOTI5MGZiMDBhNWE3MGY1MzU1NzNlNmU2\nMTQ5Mzc4IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

To Retrieve Virtual Service

URL: /v1/virtual_services

          /v1/virtual_services/{virtual_service_id}
Method: GET
Description: Lists all virtual services if “service_id” is not specified.
Parameter NameData TypeMandatoryDescription
Input Parameters:   
parametersAlphanumericOptionalAny specific parameter name that needs to be retrieved. See Example 2.
Example 1:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/demo_service -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzODAyMzQyMzEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6IjAzNjU5ZGIxZDUwMzc3MTJlYzJhMDkzNTgy\nOGEwYTA2IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X GET

Response:

{"load_balance":{"algorithm":null,"persistence_method":"NONE"},"session_timeout":"60","comments":null,"group":"demo_vsite_group","ip_address":"10.11.15.176","id":"demo_service","token":"eyJldCI6IjEzODAyMzY3MDQiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImQ1N2Q2MzM1OWU5YTYzYjAxN2YyOTdlMzZk\nYmEwZTYwIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n","ssl_offloading":{"ciphers":"default","trusted_certificates":[],"status":"0","enforce_client_certificate":"1","enable_tls_1_2":"1","enable_tls_1":"1","enable_sni":"0","enable_tls_1_1":"1","keepalive_requests":"64","enable_client_authentication":"0","enable_ssl_3":"1"},"enable":"1","name":"demo_service","enable_access_log":"1","port":"80","address_version":"ipv4","security":{"ignore_case":"1","trusted_hosts_action":"DEFAULT","mode":"PASSIVE","web_firewall_log_level":"5","web_firewall_policy":"default","rate_control_status":"OFF","trusted_hosts_group":null,"rate_control_pool":"NONE","client_ip_addr_header":null},"type":"HTTP","servers":[],"content_rules":[]}

Example 2:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/demo_service -u 'eyJldCI6IjE1MDE4NDAxMTciLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6IjdhNDQyN2I1ODAxMGM2MTBiYWM5NGRiNGVj\nNTY3ZDFlIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:'  -X GET -G -d  parameters=ip_address,load_balance,security

Response:

{"load_balance":{"algorithm":"round_robin","failover_method":"error","persistence_method":"none"},"security":{"ignore_case":"yes","trusted_hosts_action":"default","mode":"passive","web_firewall_log_level":"notice","web_firewall_policy":"sharepoint","rate_control_status":"off","trusted_hosts_group":"","rate_control_pool":"NONE","client_ip_addr_header":null},"ip_address":"99.99.116.7","id":"demo_service","token":"eyJldCI6IjE1MDQ0MDgwMTQiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImJiZGE0MGNmY2I5ZjZjM2E1ZTFlN2M3ODI0\nYjk3NjE0IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

To Update a Virtual Service

In this REST API call, the parameters can be passed in a Simple JSON request or a Nested JSON request based on the parameters that needs to be modified. For information on JSON requests, see Request Syntax.

URL:  /v1/virtual_services/{virtual_service_id}
Method: PUT
Description: Updates the values of given parameters in the given service.
Parameter NameData TypeMandatoryDescription
Input Parameters:   
ip_addressNumericOptionalThe virtual IP address that will be used for accessing this application.
portNumericOptionalThe port number on which your web server responds.
certificateAlphanumericConditional

The certificate that needs to be presented to the browser when accessing this Service.

Note: This is a required parameter ONLY when the service is HTTPS, Instant SSL, Custom SSL or FTP SSL

service_hostnameAlphanumericConditional

The domain name to identify and rewrite HTTP requests to HTTPS.

Note: This is a required parameter ONLY when the service is Instant SSL.

statusStringOptional

The status of the virtual service. The values include:

  • enable
  • disable
maskNumericOptionalThe netmask of the associated IP address.
enable_access_logsStringOptional

Specifies whether to log every request made to this Service or not. The values include:

  • yes – to log every request made to this Service on the BASIC > Access Logs page. 
  • no – to disable logging.
session_timeoutNumericOptional

The time-out period in seconds for persistent connections with clients.

 

Zero (0) indicates that the session never times out (session lives forever).
commentsAlphanumericOptional

Description/comment for updating the parameter values.

security.web_firewall_policyEnumerationOptional

A web firewall policy to be associated with the service.

The enumerated values include:

  • default
  • sharepoint
  • sharepoint2013
  • owa
  • owa2010
  • owa2013 
  • oracle
security.web_firewall_log_levelEnumerationOptional

The threshold for logging the error messages for the service. The enumerated values include:

  • emergency - System is unusable (highest priority)
  • alert - Response must be taken immediately
  • critical - Critical conditions
  • error - Error conditions
  • warning - Warning conditions
  • notice - Normal but significant condition
  • information - Informational messages (on ACL configuration changes)
  • debug - Debug level messages (lowest priority)
security.modeStringOptional

The mode to determine how the service responds to the offending traffic. The enumerated values include:

  • passive - This mode allows the intrusions to be passed to the server, but logs the events. 
  • active - This mode blocks the intrusions and logs the events.
security. trusted_hosts_actionStringOptional

The action to be performed for a set of trusted hosts accessing the service. The values include:

  • allow
  • passive 
  • default
security. trusted_hosts_groupStringOptional

The trusted hosts group to which the Trusted Hosts Action needs to be applied.

 

Note: If you want to remove the associated trusted hosts group, pass the double inverted commas without space (“”) in the request. Example: {"security":{"trusted_hosts_group":""}}
security.ignore_caseStringOptional

Determines how, for this service, the URLs are matched to rules like URL ACLs and URL Profiles. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
security.client_ip_addr_headerAlphanumericOptionalThe name of the header in which the client IP address is stored for identification by the server.
security.rate_control_statusStringOptional

The rate control pool status. The enumerated values include:

  • on 
  • off
security. rate_control_poolStringOptionalThe rate control pool to be associated with the service to limit the rate of requests.
load_balance.algorithmEnumerationOptional

The algorithm to be used to distribute incoming requests for the service.

The enumerated values include:

  • round_robin
  • weighted_round_robin 
  • weighted_least_connection
load_balance.persistence_idle_timeoutNumericOptionalThe maximum idle time (in seconds) for a persistent connection.
load_balance.persistence_methodEnumerationOptional

The Persistence Method to be used to maintain the connection between a client and the first server that it connects to, even when the system is load balancing traffic.

The enumerated values include:

  • none
  • source_ip
    • source_ip_netmask
  • cookie_insert
    • persistence_cookie_name
    • persistence_cookie_domain
    • persistence_cookie_path
    • cookie_age
  • cookie_passive
    • persistence_cookie_name
    • persistence_cookie_domain
    • persistence_cookie_path
    • cookie_age
  • http_header
    • header_name
  • url_parameter 
    • parameter_name
load_balance.failover_methodEnumerationOptional

The failover method to be used when responding to a request which is persistent, but the server that must serve the request is failed or set to "Out-of-Service".

The enumerated values include:

  • load_balance - The requests to be load balanced between the "alive" servers.
  • error - Sends "503 service unavailable" error message. This method is not supported for the persistence method "Source IP".
 load_balance. persistence_idle_timeout Numeric Optional The maximum idle time (in seconds) for a persistent connection. A client is directed to the same Real Server unless the connection is inactive for more than the specified number of seconds.
 load_balance.source_ip_netmask Numeric Conditional

A subnet mask to make subsequent connections from clients, from the same subnet go to the same Real Server.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is source_ip.

load_balance.persistence_cookie_nameAlphanumericConditional

The name of the cookie that will be used for persistence.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is cookie_insert or cookie_passive.

load_balance.persistence_cookie_domainAlphanumericOptional

The domain name of the server of a persistency cookie.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is cookie_insert or cookie_passive.

load_balance.persistence_cookie_pathURLOptional

The path property of the persistency cookie.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is cookie_insert or cookie_passive.

load_balance.cookie_ageNumericConditionalThe expiry age of the persistence cookie in minutes.
load_balance.header_nameAlphanumericConditional

The name of the header for which the value needs to be checked in the HTTP requests.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is http_header.

load_balance.parameter_nameAlphanumericConditional

The name of the parameter for which the value needs to be checked in the URL.

Note: This is required ONLY when Persistence Method is url_parameter.

ssl_offloading.statusStringOptional

The SSL status of the service. The values include:

  • on
  • off
ssl_offloading.certificateAlphanumericConditional

The certificate that needs to be presented to the client accessing the service.

Note: This is required when SSL status is On.

ssl_offloading.ecdsa_certificateAlphanumericOptionalThe ECDSA certificate that needs to be presented to the client accessing the service.
ssl_offloading.enable_ssl_3StringOptional

SSL 3.0 protocol to be used by the clients to establish the connection to the service. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.enable_tls_1StringOptional

TLS 1.0 protocol to be used by the clients to establish the connection to the service. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.enable_tls_1_1StringOptional

TLS 1.1 protocol to be used by the clients to establish the connection to the service. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.enable_tls_1_2StringOptional

TLS 1.2 protocol to be used by the clients to establish the connection to the service. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.enable_sniStringOptional

The status of Server Name Indication (SNI). The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.enable_strict_sni_checkStringOptional

Specifies whether to block access to non-SNI clients or not.  The values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.domainAlphanumericConditional

The domain name for which the SNI check needs to be enforced. You can specify multiple domain names with comma (,) as a delimiter without any space.

Note:

  • This is a required parameter when enable_sni is set to Yes.
  • When domain is passed as a parameter in the API request, sni_certificate should be specified along with the domain. Also, optionally you can specify the ECDSA certificate by passing sni_ecdsa_certificate.
ssl_offloading.sni_certificateAlphanumericConditional

The certificate(s) to be associated with the specified domain(s) name.

This is a required parameter when enable_sni is set to Yes.

ssl_offloading.sni_ecdsa_certificateAlphanumericOptionalThe ECDSA certificate to be associated with the specified domain(s) name.
ssl_offloading.enable_pfsStringOptional

Specifies whether to create a new ephemeral public-private key pair for every SSL/TLS session. The Values include:

  • yes
  • no
ssl_offloading.ciphersEnumerationOptional

Specifies the ciphers to be used for the service. The enumerated values include:

  • default
  • custom

For information on how to pass custom ciphers in a request, refer to the example given below ( see Example 2).

ssl_offloading.selected_ciphersStringOptional

The cipher suits to be used when ciphers is set to custom. Use comma (,) as a separator to specify multiple cipher suits.

For information on how to pass custom ciphers in a request, refer to the example given below ( see Example 2).

ssl_offloading.override_ciphers_ssl3StringOptional

The cipher suits to be used to override the default set of ciphers associated with the SSL.3.0 protocol.

Note:

  • Use comma (,) as a separator to specify multiple cipher suits.
  • This is applicable only when enable_ssl_3 is set to Yes.

For information on how to pass override ciphers in a request, refer to the example given below ( see Example 3).

ssl_offloading.override_ciphers_tls_1StringOptional

The cipher suits to be used to override the default set of ciphers associated with the TLS.1.0 protocol.

Note:

  • Use comma (,) as a separator to specify multiple cipher suits.
  • This is applicable only when enable_tls_1 is set to Yes.

For information on how to pass override ciphers in a request, refer to the example given below ( see Example 3).

ssl_offloading.override_ciphers_tls_1_1StringOptional

The cipher suits to be used to override the default set of ciphers associated with the TLS.1.1 protocol.

Note:

  • Use comma (,) as a separator to specify multiple cipher suits.
  • This is applicable only when enable_tls_1_1 is set to Yes.

For information on how to pass override ciphers in a request, refer to the example given below ( see Example 3).

ssl_offloading.enable_client_authenticationStringOptional

Specifies whether to enable or disable client authentication for the service, or the content rules configured under the service. The enumerated values include:

  • disable
  • for_service
  • for_selected_rule(s)
ssl_offloading.enforce_client_certificateStringConditional

Determines if the clients are required to present their certificate when connecting to the service. The values include:

  • yes
  • no

Note:

  • enforce_client_certificate should be set to yes when enable_client_authentication is set to for_service,
  • enforce_client_certificate is enabled by default when enable_client_authentication is set to for_selected_rule(s).
ssl_offloading.client_authentication_rulesStringConditional

The rules to which users must present their certificate when accessing the service.

Note: This is applicable only when enable_client_authentication is set to for_selected_rule(s).

ssl_offloading.trusted_certificatesStringOptionalThe trusted certificate to be used to validate the certificates presented by the clients connecting to this service.
instant_ssl. statusStringOptional

The status of instant SSL policy. The values include:

  • on
  • off
instant_ssl. secure_site_domainAlphanumericOptionalThe domain names for links embedded in a request. Sets which absolute URLs to rewrite in responses when Rewrite “status” is enabled; only URLs from these domain(s) are rewritten. Asterisk (*) means all inclusive.
instant_ssl. sharepoint_rewrite_supportStringOptional

Specifies whether to provide support for SharePoint rewrite or not. Sharepoint rewrite support is relevant only if an Instant SSL service is created to protect a Microsoft SharePoint application. The values include:

  • on
  • off
advanced_configuration.enable_web_application_firewallStringOptional

Specifies whether to enable or disable Web Application Firewall for this service. Note that Web Application Firewall globally manages network protection against attacks. By default, this is set to Yes. Select “no” if you want to temporarily disable Web Application Firewall without losing the configuration settings. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
advanced_configuration.keepalive_requestsNumericOptionalThe maximum number of requests allowed on a persistent HTTP connection.
advanced_configuration.ntlm_ignore_extra_dataStringOptional

Specifies whether or not the Barracuda Web Application Firewall prematurely closes the TCP connection, when it receives a 401 error code from the Server, during the NTLM authentication process. The values include:

  • yes
  • no
Example 1:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service1 -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzNzk2NzUwNTYiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6IjA1MThjYWE1MWI3YWU3MTQxNjAxYzM2NzE5\nNTM2NTM0IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"load_balance":{"failover_method":"ERROR"},"security":{"mode":"PASSIVE","web_firewall_policy":"sharepoint"},"ssl_offloading":{"enable_sni":yes,"enable_tls_1":yes}}'

Response:

{"id":"service1","token":"eyJldCI6IjE0NTY5OTc4NDUiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImFjMjY2ZTMzNjU3N2I0Y2FlYTY5OWRlYWMx\nYzVmMmIzIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Example 2:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service1 -u 'eyJldCI6IjE0NTY5OTg4NTIiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6IjQwODJlOTQyNjhhNjM0ZmUxOTg5Mjg1Yzg4\nMDJkNDExIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"ssl_offloading":{"status":"on","enable_sni":"yes","enforce_client_certificate":"yes","certificate":"certificate1","domain":["yourdomain.com","brdomain.com"],"sni_certificate":["certificate1","Certificate10"],"sni_ecdsa_certificate":["Certificate2","Certificate3"],"trusted_certificates":["cert1"],"ciphers":"custom", "selected_ciphers":"AES256-GCM-SHA384,AES256-SHA256,AES256-SHA,CAMELLIA256-SHA,DES-CBC3-SHA,AES128-GCM-SHA256,AES128-SHA256,AES128-SHA,SEED-SHA,CAMELLIA128-SHA,RC4-SHA"}}'

Response:

{"id":"service1","token":"eyJldCI6IjE1MDQ1MTcxNDEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImU0ZWVjMzBjYTEyNjdiYzhkYWRlZDg5YWQx\nMmI0ODU2IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}


Example 3:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service1 -u 'eyJldCI6IjE0NTk0MDcxMzUiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImJhMzYyZmM5NTQwMmMyZGNiMGI3NGE1NDZl\nNDYyYjZmIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"ssl_offloading":{"override_ciphers_tls_1":"AES256-GCM-SHA384,AES256-SHA256,AES256-SHA,CAMELLIA256-SHA,DES-CBC3-SHA"}}'

Response:

{"id":"service1","token":"eyJldCI6IjE0NTk0MDczNjUiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImU5M2MwMmJiNDZjODI3YjgzNzQ4ZWUxNmE4\nYmRkYTJiIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Examples for SSL Client Authentication

Example 1: To Disable Client Authentication

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service -u 'eyJldCI6IjE0NTI2ODg5MzUiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImY3NmYxODFmYTIyNTUwNDRiN2U1MDBhNDZk\nYWUxMjJkIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"ssl_offloading":{"enable_client_authentication":"disable"}}'

Response:

{"id":"service","token":"eyJldCI6IjE0NTI2ODkxNDIiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImQyZjI1MjUxOWM5NWU5NGQyMWI0YjA4Njk2\nNDZmYTk5IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Example 2: To Enable Client Authentication for a Service

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service -u 'eyJldCI6IjE0NTI3NTE1MDgiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImFiZjMxMTZiNTNiYjYzNzI0NzdkYWIyNzk1\nZmFkZDI1IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"ssl_offloading":{"enable_client_authentication":"for_service","trusted_certificates":["trust"]}}'

Response:

{"id":"service","token":"eyJldCI6IjE0NTI3NTE3OTciLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImViMTRhZDM1YTQ1NWY4MjBhZDgzMzZjZTg2\nMmZlZDQ3IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

Example 3: To Enable Client Authentication for Rule(s)

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/service -u 'eyJldCI6IjE0NTI3NTE1MDgiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImFiZjMxMTZiNTNiYjYzNzI0NzdkYWIyNzk1\nZmFkZDI1IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X PUT -H Content-Type:application/json -d '{"ssl_offloading":{"enable_client_authentication":"for_selected_rule(s)","client_authentication_rules":["RG1"],"trusted_certificates":["trust"]}}'

Response:

{"id":"service","token":"eyJldCI6IjE0NTI3NTE4ODAiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImEzN2FmNDE1NmU2OWNiZDNhMGRlYWZjNzcx\nYzRmZTljIiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

To Delete a Virtual Service

URL: /v1/virtual_services/{virtual_service_id}
Method: DELETE
Description: Deletes the given service.
Example:

Request:

curl http://192.168.0.1:8000/restapi/v1/virtual_services/demo_service -u 'eyJldCI6IjEzODAyMzQyMzEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6IjAzNjU5ZGIxZDUwMzc3MTJlYzJhMDkzNTgy\nOGEwYTA2IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n:' -X DELETE

Response:

{"msg":"Successfully deleted","token":"eyJldCI6IjEzODAyMzcwMzEiLCJwYXNzd29yZCI6ImNkNjRjZDZjNTE5ZWQ4ZTFiZThkZjQ4YjNh\nYjE2MjI1IiwidXNlciI6ImFkbWluIn0=\n"}

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