Listener context (as subcontext of non-proxy services)

Axigen Administration via CLI

The commands available for the Listener context are:

  • EXIT/QUIT - exits CLI and closes connection to Axigen
  • HELP - prints this help message
  • BACK - cancels any changes made and switches back to the previous context
  • COMMIT - commits the changes made in this context
  • SHOW [ATTR <param>] - shows information about this context
  • LIST AllowRules - lists the allow rules for this listener
  • LIST DenyRules - lists the deny rules for this listener
  • SET [address <address>] - sets the listener's address - only usable in an UPDATE operation
  • SET [enable <yes - enables/disables the listener
  • SET [maxConnections <maxConn>] - sets the max. number of connections
  • SET [timeInterval <interval>] - sets the time interval
  • SET [maxIntervalConnections <interval>] - sets the max. connections in time interval
  • SET [peerMaxConnections <maxConn>] - sets the max. connections no. from a single host
  • SET [peerTimeInterval <interval>] - sets the time interval - single host
  • SET [peerMaxIntervalConnections <interval>] - sets the max. connections in time interval - single host
  • SET [idleTimeout <timeout>] - sets the inactivity timeout
  • SET [sslEnable <yes - enables/disables SSL on the listener
  • CONFIG SSLCONTROL - enters the SslControl context
  • ADD DenyRule [ipSet] <ipRange> [enable <yes - adds a deny rule to the listener
  • UPDATE DenyRule [ipSet] <ipRange> [enable <yes - updates a deny rule from the listener
  • REMOVE DenyRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - removes a deny rule from the listener
  • SHOW DenyRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - shows the given rule
  • ADD AllowRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - adds an allow rule to the listener(changes context)
  • UPDATE AllowRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - updates an allow rule from the listener(changes context)
  • REMOVE AllowRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - removes an allow rule from the listener
  • SHOW AllowRule [ipSet] <ipRange> - shows the given rule