Create configuration jobs for Citrix SD-WAN WANOP instances
A job is a set of configuration commands that you can create and schedule on one or more managed instances. For Citrix SD-WAN WANOP instances, you can use the following options to create jobs:
Configuration Template: You can use the configuration editor to type in CLI commands, save the configuration as a template, and use it to configure jobs.
Inbuilt Template: You can choose from a list of configuration templates. These templates provide the syntaxes of the CLI commands and allow you to specify values for the variables. The inbuilt templates are listed, with their descriptions in the table below.
File: You can upload a configuration file from your local machine and create jobs.
Once a job is created, you can choose to run the job immediately or schedule the job to be run later. You can also set the execution frequency
|EnableCloudBridgeWANOpt||Enables traffic through the Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance.|
|DisableCloudBridgeWANOpt||Disables the traffic through Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance.|
|RestartCloudBridgeWANOpt||Restarts Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance.|
|RestoreConfig||Restores the configuration of Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance.|
|AddLink||Creating or defining links enable the SD-WAN WANOP appliance to prevent congestion and loss on the links and to perform traffic shaping. You can define the maximum bandwidth sent or received over the link and also specify it is LAN side or WAN side traffic.|
|ConfigureBandwidth||Sets the bandwidth limits and other bandwidth management settings.|
|AddUser||Adds a new user, for whom you can assign privileges.|
|AddUserAdvancedPlatform||Adds a new user enables you to assign privileges not available in the
|AddService-class||Creates a service class for Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance with one or more service classes filters and enables it.|
|SetApplication||Sets the application classifier definition.|
|AddorRemoveVideoCachingPorts||Adds or removes the port number at which the video source can send or receive data. The default port is 80.|
|RemoveVideoCachingSource||Removes one or more video caching sources. Specify the video source IP address or domain name.|
|RemoveAllVideoCaching||Removes all the available video caching sources.|
|VideoCachingState||Enables or disables the video caching feature on Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliances.|
|ClearVideoCaching||Clears either the video cache or the video caching statistics.|
|SetVideoCaching||Sets the maximum size for cached objects. An object larger than this limit is not cached. By default, the maximum caching object size is 100 MB.|
|AddVideoCachingSource||Adds the IP address or the domain name of the video source. Includes options to enable or disable video caching for that source.|
|ConfigureRemoteLicenseServer||Configures the centralized license server. Specify the license server model, IP address and port number.|
|ConfigureLocalLicenseServer||Sets the license server location as local.|
|InstallCACert||Installs CA certificates on Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance. Specify the certificate name, file name and the keystore password.|
|InstallCombinedCerKey||Installs a combined SSL certificate-key pair file.|
|InstallSeperateCertKey||Installs SSL certificate and key as separate files.|
|EnableWCCP||Enables WCCP deployment mode.|
|AddWCCPServiceGroup||Adds a new WCCP service-group definition for Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance.|
|DisableWCCP||Disables the WCCP deployment mode.|
|AddTrafficShapingPolicy||Creates a traffic shaping policy for the Citrix SD-WAN appliance. The policy controls the network bandwidth.|
|SetTrafficShapingPolicy||Modifies the traffic shaping policy for Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance. The policy controls the network bandwidth.|
|AddVideoPrePopulation||Creates a video pre-population entry, which enables you to download and cache a video in advance. You can also specify when to cache a video.|
|UpdateVideoPrePopulation||Modifies a video prepopulation entry, which specifies when to cache a video.|
|AddVideoPrePopulationNow||Configures video prepopulation, enabling you to download and cache a video immediately. You can control how you want to download and cache videos from the URL(s).|
|VideoPrePopulationState||Changes, starts, updates, or removes video pre-population.|
|ConfigureSyslogServer||Sets the IP address and the port number of the syslog server.|
|ConfigureAlert||Configures alert level.|
To create a configuration job for Citrix SD-WAN WANOP instances:
In Citrix ADM, navigate to Infrastructure > Configuration Jobs, and then click Create Job.
On the Create Job page, under the Select Configuration tab, specify the Job Name.
In the Instance Type field, select Citrix SD-WAN WO.
In the Configuration Source drop-down list, select an option to create a job.
Select Save as Configuration Template and specify a name to save the configuration as a template and reuse it.
You can review all the variables that you have defined while creating or editing a configuration job in a single consolidated view.
Do one of the following to view all the variables in a single consolidated view:
While creating a configuration job, navigate to Infrastructure > Configuration Jobs, select Create Job. On the Create Job page, you can review all the variables that you have added while creating the configuration job.
While editing a configuration job, navigate to Network > Configuration Jobs, select the Job Name and click Edit. On the Configure Job page, you can review all the variables that were added while creating the configuration job.
You can then click the Preview Variables tab to preview the variables in a single consolidated view that you have defined while creating or editing a configuration job.
A new pop-up window appears and displays all the parameters of variables such as Name, Display Name, Type, and default value in a tabular format. You can also edit and modify these parameters. Click the Done button after you have edited or modified any of the parameters.
Click Next, and then on the Select Instances tab, click Add Instances. Select the instances on which you want to run the job, and then click OK.
Click Next, and then on the Specify Variable Values tab, select one of the following options to specify variables for your instances:
Upload input file for variables values: Click Download Input Key File to download an input file. In the input file, enter values for the variables that you have defined in your commands, and then upload the file to the Citrix ADM server.
Common variable values for all instances: Enter values for the variables. The variables vary depending on the selected template.
The input files containing the variables values are persisted (with the same file name) in the configuration jobs. You can view and edit these input files that you have used and uploaded earlier while creating or editing the configuration jobs.
To view the run configuration jobs while creating a configuration job, navigate to Network > Configuration Jobs, and click Create Job. In the Create Job page. On the Specify Variable Values tab, select the Common Variable Values for all Instances option to view the uploaded files. To edit the input files, download the input file and then edit and upload the files (keeping the same file name).
To view the already run configuration jobs while editing a configuration job, navigate to Network > Configuration Jobs, select the Job Name and click Edit. In the Configure Job page, on the Specify Variable Values tab, select the Common Variable Values for all Instances option to view the uploaded files. To edit the input files, download the input file and then edit and upload the files (keeping the same file name)
Click Next, on the Job Preview tab, you can evaluate and verify the commands to be run as a job.
Click Next, on the Execute tab, set the following conditions:
On Command Failure: What to do if a command fails: ignore the errors and continue the job, or stop further execution of the job. Choose an action from the drop-down list.
Execution Mode: Run the job immediately, or schedule execution for a later time. If you schedule execution for a later time, you must specify the execution frequency settings for the job. Choose the schedule you want the job to follow from the Execution Frequency drop-down list.
Under Execution Settings, select to run the job sequentially (one after the other), or in parallel (at the same time).
To have a job execution report emailed to a list of recipients, select the Email check box in the Receive Execution Report Through section. From the drop-down list that appears, choose an email distribution list. To create an email distribution list, click the + icon and enter the email addresses of the recipients, and email server details.