peering command to create and manage peering connections between Consul clusters, including token generation and consumption. Refer to
Create and Manage Peerings Connections for an
overview of the CLI workflow for cluster peering.
Usage: consul peering <subcommand> [options] # ... Subcommands: delete Close and delete a peering connection establish Consume a peering token and establish a connection with the accepting cluster exported-services Lists the services exported to the peer generate-token Generate a peering token for use by a dialing cluster list List the local cluster's peering connections read Read detailed information on a peering connection
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