Product Documentation

Client Configuration

Jan 03, 2013

show client-rule

Syntax: show client-rule
[-id “id”]

Displays a client acceleration rule. If -id is omitted, all client rules are displayed.

add client-rule

Syntax: add client-rule
-type {accelerate, exclude} 
-subnet {*, “subnet”} 
-ports {*, “port-range”}

Adds a client acceleration rule. This command has the same parameters as those on the Client Acceleration Rules page of the Web UI.

remove client-rule

Syntax: {-all, -id “id”}

Removes a client acceleration rule. -id specifies which rule to remove. -all specifies that all rules should be removed.

show signaling-channel

Syntax: show signaling-channel

Displays the Client Signaling Channel options.

enable signaling-channel

Syntax: enable signaling-channel

Enables the Client Signaling Channel.

disable signaling-channel

Syntax: disable signaling-channel

Disables the Client Signaling Channel.

set signaling-channel

Syntax: set signaling-channel
[-ip “ipaddr”] 
[-port “port”] 
[-mode {redirector, transparent}]

Sets the Client Signaling Channel options. This command has the same parameters as those on the Client Signaling Channel Configuration page of the Web UI.

show client-settings

Syntax: show client-settings

Displays the Client General Configuration options.

set client-settings

Syntax: set client-settings
[-upgrade-notify {enable, disable}] 
[-upgrade-url “url”] 
[-diag-ftp-server “server”] 
[-diag-ftp-port “port”] 
[-diag-ftp-user “user”] 
[-diag-ftp-password “password”] 
[-diag-ftp-directory “directory”] 
[-diag-email “email”] 
[-diag-popups {enable, disable}] 
[-diag-uploads {enable, disable}]

Sets the Client General Configuration options. This command has the same parameters as those on the Client General Configuration page of the Web UI.