At any time, you can access the command-line interface (CLI) options as follows:
You can perform a variety of configuration and troubleshooting tasks using the CLI. Following is the top-level menu for the CLI.
Following are samples of the Configuration Menu and the settings displayed for each option.
 Listener Ports
Following are samples of the Clustering Menu and the settings displayed for each option.
 Show Cluster Status
 Enable/Disable cluster
When you choose to enable clustering, the following message appears:
To enable realtime communication between cluster members, please open port 80 using the Firewall menu option in CLI menu. Also configure Access white list under Firewall settings for restricted access.
When you choose to disable clustering, the following message appears:
You have chosen to disable clustering. Access to port 80 is not needed. Please disable it.
 Cluster member white list
 Enable or disable SSL offload
When you select to enable or disable SSL offloading, the following message appears:
Enabling SSL offload will open port 80 for everyone. Please configure Access white list under Firewall settings for restricted access.
 Display Hazelcast Cluster
When you select to display the Hazelcast Cluster, the following options appear:
Hazlecast Cluster Members:
[IP addresses listed]
NOTE: If a configured node is not part of the cluster, please reboot that node.
From the System Menu, you can display or set various system-level information, restart or shut down the server, or access Advanced Settings.
 Advanced Settings
Server Tuning options include the server connection timeout, maximum connections (by port), and maximum threads (by port).
Following are samples of the Troubleshooting Menu and the settings displayed for each option.
 Network Utilities
 Support Bundle