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authentication-authnProfile

The following operations can be performed on "authentication-authnProfile":

show| add| rm| unset| set|

show authentication authnProfile

Displays the current configuration for the authentication profile specified

Synopsis

show authentication authnProfile []

Arguments

name Name of the authentication profile.

Output

authnVsName Name of the authentication vserver at which authentication should be done.

AuthenticationHost Hostname of the authentication vserver to which user must be redirected for authentication.

AuthenticationDomain Domain for which TM cookie must to be set. If unspecified, cookie will be set for FQDN.

AuthenticationLevel Authentication weight or level of the vserver to which this will bound. This is used to order TM vservers based on the protection required. A session that is created by authenticating against TM vserver at given level cannot be used to access TM vserver at a higher level.

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add authentication authnProfile

Creates an authentication profile to hold all authentication related configuration for TM vserver.

Synopsis

add authentication authnProfile {-authnVsName } {-AuthenticationHost } {-AuthenticationDomain } [-AuthenticationLevel ]

Arguments

name Name for the authentication profile. Must begin with a letter, number, or the underscore character (_), and must contain only letters, numbers, and the hyphen (-), period (.) pound (#), space ( ), at (@), equals (=), colon (:), and underscore characters. Cannot be changed after the RADIUS action is added.

authnVsName Name of the authentication vserver at which authentication should be done. Maximum value: 128

AuthenticationHost Hostname of the authentication vserver to which user must be redirected for authentication. Maximum value: 256

AuthenticationDomain Domain for which TM cookie must to be set. If unspecified, cookie will be set for FQDN. Maximum value: 256

AuthenticationLevel Authentication weight or level of the vserver to which this will bound. This is used to order TM vservers based on the protection required. A session that is created by authenticating against TM vserver at given level cannot be used to access TM vserver at a higher level. Minimum value: 0 Maximum value: 255

rm authentication authnProfile

Removes an authentication profile. A profile cannot be removed as long as it is set to a vserver.

Synopsis

rm authentication authnProfile

Arguments

name Name of the authentication profile to be removed.

unset authentication authnProfile

Use this command to remove authentication authnProfile settings.Refer to the set authentication authnProfile command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsis

unset authentication authnProfile [-AuthenticationDomain] [-AuthenticationLevel]

set authentication authnProfile

Configures an authentication profile.

Synopsis

set authentication authnProfile [-authnVsName ] [-AuthenticationHost ] [-AuthenticationDomain ] [-AuthenticationLevel ]

Arguments

name Name of the authentication profile.

authnVsName Name of the authentication vserver at which authentication should be done. Maximum value: 128

AuthenticationHost Hostname of the authentication vserver to which user must be redirected for authentication. Maximum value: 256

AuthenticationDomain Domain for which TM cookie must to be set. If unspecified, cookie will be set for FQDN. Maximum value: 256

AuthenticationLevel Authentication weight or level of the vserver to which this will bound. This is used to order TM vservers based on the protection required. A session that is created by authenticating against TM vserver at given level cannot be used to access TM vserver at a higher level. Minimum value: 0 Maximum value: 255

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