StyleBook configuration

Use default StyleBooks

A set of default StyleBooks is provided along with Citrix ADM. When you use a default StyleBook, you have to specify values for the parameters in the StyleBook and select the IP addresses of the Citrix ADC instances where you want to run the configuration. After you submit the configuration, Citrix ADM validates the parameter values you have specified, creates a graph of the configuration, connects to the Citrix ADC instances, and runs the configuration on the instances.

Citrix ADC features

This table lists the StyleBooks that help you to configure virtual servers for load-balancing, content-switching, and GSLB:

StyleBook Name Description Versions
lb Configure a simple load-balancing virtual server. See, Load Balancing. 1.1, 2.0
lb-mon Configure a load-balancing virtual server with monitors. See, Configure monitors in a load balancing setup. 1.0, 2.0
cs-lb-mon Configure a content-switching virtual server with monitors. For more information, see Content Switching. 1.0, 1.1
lb-mon-full Configure a load-balancing virtual server with monitors on your ADC instances. Also, configure the ADC features like rewrite, responder, compression, and SSL ciphers. 1.0
cs-lb-mon-full Configure a content-switching virtual server with monitors on your ADC instances. Also, configure the ADC features like rewrite, responder, and compression. 1.0
gslb Configure one or more ADC instances of different sites in the GSLB setup. Before you begin, configure the SNIP IP address on ADC instances. This StyleBook uses the SNIP IP address as the site IP address. 1.0
multicloud-glb Configure GLB for ADC instances. These instances are deployed as GLB nodes in public clouds and on-premises data centers. You can use this StyleBook to configure GLB nodes in hierarchical deployment. 1.1

Web Application Firewall features

This table lists the default StyleBooks for Web Application Firewall (WAF) features:

StyleBook Name Description Versions
waf-basic Configure a basic web application with application firewall policies. 1.2
waf-adv Configure a advanced web application with application firewall policies. 1.2
waf-default-130 and waf-default-131 Configure WAF and IP reputation policies for your ADC instances. 1.2
lb-appfw Deploy a load-balancing configuration along with the application firewall and IP reputation policy on Citrix ADC instances. 1.0
appfw-import-object Create or upload an application firewall object. 1.1
appfw-general-settings Configure global settings for your application firewall. These settings apply to all applications within the ADC instance. 1.0
apic-http-lb Create an HTTP load-balancer application through Cisco APIC. 1.0
api-waf-profile Create a WAF profile in Citrix ADM. With this profile, you can configure WAF policies to an API resource. 1.0

Application Security features

This table lists the default StyleBooks for application security features:

StyleBook Name Description Versions
api-proxy Create an API proxy in your ADC instance. You can create multiple proxies with the same policy type. 1.1
appsec-for-gateway Before you begin, create a custom bot signature. Configure an authentication policy using WAF and bot to protect your Gateway login page. Bind this authentication policy with your authentication virtual server. 1.0
appsec-for-gateway-with-insights Before you begin, create a custom bot signature. Configure an authentication policy using WAF and bot to protect your Gateway login page with security insights. Bind this authentication policy with your authentication virtual server. 1.0
appvserver-contentrule-networkfunction-bind Apply your own contentRule configuration to application traffic from your ADC instance. 1.0
appsec-owasptop10-protection Create a protection configuration using WAF and bot policies. This StyleBook maps the ADC configurations to the OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities. 1.0

Bot management features

This table lists the default StyleBooks for bot management features:

StyleBook Name Description Versions
api-bot-profile Create a bot profile in Citrix ADM. With this profile, you can configure bot policies to an API resource. 1.0
bot-signature Create a bot signature for your ADC instances. 1.2
bot-management Define a web application configuration with bot policies. 1.2
bot-general-settings Configure global settings of bot management checks on your ADC instances. For more information, see Bot Management. 1.2

Citrix ADC network configurations

This table lists the default StyleBooks for Citrix ADC network configurations:

StyleBook Name Description Versions
adc_globalparam_configuration Set global parameters for your ADC instances. 1.0
snmp_configuration Deploy SNMP configurations on an ADC instance. A Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) application helps you log ADC events in Citrix ADM. For more information, see SNMP Configuration. 1.0
adv_network_configuration Deploy advanced network configurations like VXLAN, cluster, and more. For more information, see Networking. 1.0
storefront Configure your ADC instances for Citrix StoreFront. 1.0
ntp_configuration Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) resources in your ADC instances. 1.0
network_param_configuration Configure network parameters like AppAlg, ARP, Inbound NAT, and so on. 1.0
network_configuration Deploy basic networking components. For more information, see Networking. 1.0
cs-netfunc Configure the advanced network functions of a content-switching virtual server for your ADC instances. 1.0

What’s next?

To create a configuration pack from default StyleBooks, follow the steps in Create a configuration pack.

Use default StyleBooks