The object is available in some capacity. The BIG-IP system services traffic destined for this object.
The availability of the object is unknown. Sample causes of this status are when the object is not configured for service checking, the IP address of the object is misconfigured, or the object is disconnected from the network.
The object is not currently available but might become available later with no user intervention. For example, an object that has reached its configured connection limit might show yellow status but later switch to green when the number of connections falls below the configured limit.
The object is not available. The BIG-IP system cannot service traffic destined for this object. A sample cause of this status is when a node fails service checking because it has become unavailable. This status requires user intervention to restore the object status to green.
A user has actively disabled an available object.
A user has actively disabled an unavailable object.
A parent object disabled the object, or the object is enabled but unavailable because of another disabled object.