Find the IP Address of a Remote End Point

Accessing objects within an array can be done using the index of the desired object in the path. Some collections support using an object’s unique identifier in place of the object’s index; generally, this unique identifier is a member called name or guid. For example, suppose an rCell was configured with a GRE tunnel named MyGreTunnel, and a user wanted to know the IP address of the remote end point of that tunnel. The user could make a RESTful GET request to https://[rcell_ip]/api/greTunnels/MyGreTunnel/remoteIp.

Example: Path to an element within an object in an array, using the object’s unique identifier.

GET https://192.168.2.1/api/greTunnels/MyGreTunnel/remoteIp

Status: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
{
    "code" : 200, 
    "result" : "166.184.38.73",
    "status" : "success"
}