Version 2.1

kf map-route

Name

kf map-route - Grant an App access to receive traffic from the Route

Synopsis

kf map-route APP_NAME DOMAIN [--hostname HOSTNAME] [--path PATH] [--weight WEIGHT] [flags]

Description

Mapping an App to a Route will cause traffic to be forwarded to the App if the App has instances that are running and healthy.

If multiple Apps are mapped to the same Route they will split traffic between them roughly evenly. Incoming network traffic is handled by multiple gateways which update their routing tables with slight delays and route independently. Because of this, traffic routing may not appear even but it will converge over time.

Examples

  kf map-route myapp example.com --hostname myapp # myapp.example.com
  kf map-route myapp example.com --hostname myapp --weight 2 # myapp.example.com, myapp receives 2x traffic
  kf map-route --space myspace myapp example.com --hostname myapp # myapp.example.com
  kf map-route myapp example.com --hostname myapp --path /mypath # myapp.example.com/mypath

Flags

--async
Don't wait for the action to complete on the server before returning
--destination-port=int32
Port on the App the route will connect to
-h, --help
help for map-route
--hostname=string
Hostname for the route
--path=string
URL Path for the route
--weight=int32
Weight for the route (default 1)

Inherited flags

These flags are inherited from parent commands.

--config=string
Config file (default is $HOME/.kf)
--kubeconfig=string
Kubectl config file (default is $HOME/.kube/config)
--log-http
Log HTTP requests to stderr
--space=string
Space to run the command against. This overrides the currently targeted space