Product Documentation

XenMobile Command-Line Interface Options

Feb 13, 2015

At any time, you can access the following command-line interface (CLI) options on the hypervisor on which you installed XenMobile — Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V, or VMware ESXi.

The following are the choices you can make from the Main menu and the menus that appear for each of the first four options: Configuration, Clustering, System, and Troubleshooting.

Main menu

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[0] Configuration

[1] Clustering

[2] System

[3] Troubleshooting

[4] Help

[5] Log Out

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Choice: [0 - 5]

Configuration Menu Options

From the main menu, when you select the Configuration option, the following menus appear:

[0] Back to Main Menu

[1] Network

[2] Firewall

[3] Database

[4] Listener Ports

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Choice: [0 - 4]

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When you choose the Network option, you are prompted to restart to save the changes.

When you choose the Firewall, option, you are prompted as follows:

Configure which services are enabled through the firewall.

Can optionally configure allow access white lists:

- comma separated list of hosts or networks

- e.g. 10.20.5.3, 10.20.6.0/24

- an empty value means no access restriction

- enter c as value to clear list

HTTP service

Port: 80

Enable access (y/n) [y]:

Management HTTPS service

Port: 4443

Enable access (y/n) [y]:

SSH service

Port [22]:

Enable access (y/n) [y]:

Access white list []:

Management API (for initial staging) HTTPS service

Port [30001]:

Enable access (y/n) [y]:

Access white list []:

Remote support tunnel

Port [8081]:

Enable access (y/n) [n]:

When you choose the Database option, you are prompted as follows:

Type: [mi]

Use SSL (y/n) [y]:

Upload Root Certificate (y/n) [y]:

Copy or Import (c/i) [c]:

Clustering Menu Options

From the main menu, when you select the Clustering option, the following menus appear:

[0] Back to Main Menu

[1] Show Cluster Status

[2] Enable/Disable cluster

[3] Cluster member white list

[4] Enable or Disable SSL offload

[5] Display Hazelcast Cluster

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Choice: [0 - 5]

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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.

When you choose the cluster member white list, if you disabled clustering, the following message appears:

Cluster is disabled. Please enable it.

If you have clustering enabled, the following options appear:

Current White List:

- comma separated list of hosts or network

- e.g. 10.20.5.3, 10.20.6.0/24

- an empty value means no access restriction

Please enter hosts or networks to be white listed:

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.

When you select to display the Hazelcast Cluster, the following options appear:

Hazlecast Cluster Members:

[IP address listed]

NOTE: If an configured node is not part of the cluseter, please reboot that node.

System Menu Options

From the main menu, when you select the System option, the following menus appear:

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[0] Back to Main Menu

[1] Display System Date

[2] Set Time Zone

[3] Display System Disk Usage

[4] Update Hosts File

[5] Proxy Server

[6] Admin (CLI) Password

[7] Restart Server

[8] Shutdown Server

[9] Advanced Settings

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Choice: [0 - 9]

Troubleshooting Menu Options

From the main menu, when you select the Troubleshooting option, the following menus appear:

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[0] Back to Main Menu

[1] Network Utilities

[2] Logs

[3] Support Bundle

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Choice: [0 - 3]

When you choose the Network Utilities option, the following menu appears:

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[0] Back to Troubleshooting Menu

[1] Network Information

[2] Show Routing Table

[3] Show Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Table

[4] PING

[5] Traceroute

[6] DNS Lookup

[7] Network Trace

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Choice: [0 - 7]

When you choose the Logs option, the following menu appears:

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Logs Menu

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[0] Back to Troubleshooting Menu

[1] Display Log File

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Choice: [0 - 1]