Difference between revisions of "Configuration file"

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Since root access is disabled by default, administrators can normally get a complete picture of the system by studying the configuration file. From the web administration, it can be viewed on the Configuration > Plain-text editor page. Using the CLI (for example over SSH) it is viewed by typing
 
Since root access is disabled by default, administrators can normally get a complete picture of the system by studying the configuration file. From the web administration, it can be viewed on the Configuration > Plain-text editor page. Using the CLI (for example over SSH) it is viewed by typing
  root@fw1.halon.se> configure
+
  admin@fw1.halon.se> configure
 
  []
 
  []
  root@fw1.halon.se# show
+
  admin@fw1.halon.se# show
 
  bgp {
 
  bgp {
 
  ...
 
  ...

Revision as of 12:53, 3 October 2011

The functionality of the system is fully defined by

Since root access is disabled by default, administrators can normally get a complete picture of the system by studying the configuration file. From the web administration, it can be viewed on the Configuration > Plain-text editor page. Using the CLI (for example over SSH) it is viewed by typing

admin@fw1.halon.se> configure
[]
admin@fw1.halon.se# show
bgp {
...

The configuration file format

The