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system parameter

Sep 12, 2016

The following operations can be performed on "system parameter":

set system parameter

Modifies the specified system parameters.

Synopsys

set system parameter [-rbaOnResponse ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-promptString <string>] [-natPcbForceFlushLimit <positive_integer>] [-natPcbRstOnTimeout ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-timeout <secs>] [-localAuth ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-minpasswordlen <positive_integer>] [-strongpassword <strongpassword>] [-restrictedtimeout ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-fipsUserMode ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-doppler ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-googleanalytics ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-totalAuthTimeout <positive_integer>] [-cliLoglevel <cliLoglevel>]

Arguments

rbaOnResponse

Enable or disable Role-Based Authentication (RBA) on responses.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: ENABLED

promptString

String to display at the command-line prompt. Can consist of letters, numbers, hyphen (-), period (.), hash (#), space ( ), at (@), equal (=), colon (:), underscore (_), and the following variables:

* %u - Will be replaced by the user name.

* %h - Will be replaced by the hostname of the NetScaler appliance.

* %t - Will be replaced by the current time in 12-hour format.

* %T - Will be replaced by the current time in 24-hour format.

* %d - Will be replaced by the current date.

* %s - Will be replaced by the state of the NetScaler appliance.

Note: The 63-character limit for the length of the string does not apply to the characters that replace the variables.

natPcbForceFlushLimit

Flush the system if the number of Network Address Translation Protocol Control Blocks (NATPCBs) exceeds this value.

Default value: 2147483647

Minimum value: 1000

natPcbRstOnTimeout

Send a reset signal to client and server connections when their NATPCBs time out. Avoids the buildup of idle TCP connections on both the sides.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: DISABLED

timeout

CLI session inactivity timeout, in seconds. If Restrictedtimeout argument is enabled, Timeout can have values in the range [300-86400] seconds.

If Restrictedtimeout argument is disabled, Timeout can have values in the range [0, 10-100000000] seconds. Default value is 900 seconds.

localAuth

When enabled, local users can access NetScaler even when external authentication is configured. When disabled, local users are not allowed to access the NetScaler, Local users can access the NetScaler only when the configured external authentication servers are unavailable.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: ENABLED

minpasswordlen

Minimum length of system user password. When strong password is enabled default minimum length is 4. User entered value can be greater than or equal to 4. Default mininum value is 1 when strong password is disabled. Maximum value is 127 in both cases.

Minimum value: 1

Maximum value: 127

strongpassword

Option to enable/disable strong password. When this is enabled, system user password should contain atleast one lower case character, one upper case character, one numeric character and one special character from the set (!, @, #, (, ), $, %, ^, &, *).

Possible values: enableall, enablelocal, disabled

Default value: disabled

restrictedtimeout

Enable/Disable the restricted timeout behaviour. When enabled, timeout cannot be configured beyond admin configured timeout and also it will have the [minimum - maximum] range check. When disabled, timeout will have the old behaviour. By default the value is disabled

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: DISABLED

fipsUserMode

Use this option to set the FIPS mode for key user-land processes. When enabled, these user-land processes will operate in FIPS mode. In this mode, theses processes will use FIPS 140-2 Level-1 certified crypto algorithms. Default is disabled, wherein, these user-land processes will not operate in FIPS mode.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: DISABLED

doppler

Enable or disable Doppler

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: 0

googleanalytics

Enable or disable Google analytics

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: DISABLED

totalAuthTimeout

Total time a request can take for authentication/authorization

Default value: 20

Minimum value: 5

Maximum value: 120

cliLoglevel

Audit log level, which specifies the types of events to log for cli executed commands.

Available values function as follows:

* EMERGENCY - Events that indicate an immediate crisis on the server.

* ALERT - Events that might require action.

* CRITICAL - Events that indicate an imminent server crisis.

* ERROR - Events that indicate some type of error.

* WARNING - Events that require action in the near future.

* NOTICE - Events that the administrator should know about.

* INFORMATIONAL - All but low-level events.

* DEBUG - All events, in extreme detail.

Possible values: EMERGENCY, ALERT, CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, NOTICE, INFORMATIONAL, DEBUG

Default value: DEFAULT_LOGLEVEL_CLI

unset system parameter

Resets the specified system parameters..Refer to the set system parameter command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset system parameter [-minpasswordlen] [-rbaOnResponse] [-promptString] [-natPcbForceFlushLimit] [-natPcbRstOnTimeout] [-timeout] [-localAuth] [-strongpassword] [-restrictedtimeout] [-fipsUserMode] [-doppler] [-googleanalytics] [-totalAuthTimeout] [-cliLoglevel]

show system parameter

Displays information about the system parameters.

Synopsys

show system parameter

Outputs

rbaOnResponse

Enable or disable Role-Based Authentication (RBA) on responses.

promptString

The global system prompt.

natPcbForceFlushLimit

Flush the system if the number of Network Address Translation Protocol Control Blocks (NATPCBs) exceeds this value.

natPcbRstOnTimeout

Send RST to client and server connections when the natpcbs timeout.This avoids the buildup of idle TCP connections on the both the sides.

timeout

CLI session inactivity timeout, in seconds. If Restrictedtimeout argument is enabled, Timeout can have values in the range [300-86400] seconds.

If Restrictedtimeout argument is disabled, Timeout can have values in the range [0, 10-100000000] seconds. Default value is 900 seconds.

maxClient

Maximum number of client connection allowed by the system

localAuth

When enabled, local users can access NetScaler even when external authentication is configured. When disabled, local users are not allowed to access the NetScaler, Local users can access the NetScaler only when the configured external authentication servers are unavailable.

minpasswordlen

Minimum length of system user password. When strong password is enabled default minimum length is 4. User entered value can be greater than or equal to 4. Default mininum value is 1 when strong password is disabled. Maximum value is 127 in both cases.

strongpassword

Option to enable/disable strong password. When this is enabled, system user password should contain atleast one lower case character, one upper case character, one numeric character and one special character from the set (!, @, #, (, ), $, %, ^, &, *).

restrictedtimeout

Enable/Disable the restricted timeout behaviour. When enabled, timeout cannot be configured beyond admin configured timeout and also it will have the [minimum - maximum] range check. When disabled, timeout will have the old behaviour. By default the value is disabled

fipsUserMode

Use this option to set the FIPS mode for key user-land processes. When enabled, these user-land processes will operate in FIPS mode. In this mode, theses processes will use FIPS 140-2 Level-1 certified crypto algorithms. Default is disabled, wherein, these user-land processes will not operate in FIPS mode.

doppler

Enable or disable Doppler

googleanalytics

Enable or disable Google analytics

totalAuthTimeout

Total time a request can take for authentication/authorization

cliLoglevel

Audit log level, which specifies the types of events to log for cli executed commands.

Available values function as follows:

* EMERGENCY - Events that indicate an immediate crisis on the server.

* ALERT - Events that might require action.

* CRITICAL - Events that indicate an imminent server crisis.

* ERROR - Events that indicate some type of error.

* WARNING - Events that require action in the near future.

* NOTICE - Events that the administrator should know about.

* INFORMATIONAL - All but low-level events.

* DEBUG - All events, in extreme detail.