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lsn-appsprofile

The following operations can be performed on "lsn-appsprofile":

set| unbind| add| rm| bind| show| unset|

set lsn appsprofile

Set LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

set lsn appsprofile [-ippooling ( PAIRED | RANDOM )] [-mapping ] [-filtering ] [-tcpproxy ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-td ] [-l2info ( ENABLED | DISABLED )]

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

ippooling NAT IP address allocation options for sessions associated with the same subscriber.

Available options function as follows: * Paired - The Citrix ADC allocates the same NAT IP address for all sessions associated with the same subscriber. When all the ports of a NAT IP address are used in LSN sessions (for same or multiple subscribers), the Citrix ADC ADC drops any new connection from the subscriber. * Random - The Citrix ADC allocates random NAT IP addresses, from the pool, for different sessions associated with the same subscriber.

This parameter is applicable to dynamic NAT allocation only.

Possible values: PAIRED, RANDOM Default value: RANDOM

mapping Type of LSN mapping to apply to subsequent packets originating from the same subscriber IP address and port.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of the subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows:

  • ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to any external IP address and port.

  • ADDRESS-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address (Y), regardless of the external port.

  • ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same internal IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address and port (Y:y) while the mapping is still active.

Possible values: ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT, ADDRESS-DEPENDENT, ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT Default value: ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT

filtering Type of filter to apply to packets originating from external hosts.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows: * ENDPOINT INDEPENDENT - Filters out only packets not destined to the subscriber IP address and port X:x, regardless of the external host IP address and port source (Z:z). The Citrix ADC forwards any packets destined to X:x. In other words, sending packets from the subscriber to any external IP address is sufficient to allow packets from any external hosts to the subscriber.

  • ADDRESS DEPENDENT - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port X:x. In addition, the ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the client has not previously sent packets to Y:anyport (external port independent). In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets to that specific external host's IP address.

  • ADDRESS PORT DEPENDENT (the default) - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port (X:x). In addition, the Citrix ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the subscriber has not previously sent packets to Y:y. In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets first to that external IP address and port.

Possible values: ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT, ADDRESS-DEPENDENT, ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT Default value: ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT

tcpproxy Enable TCP proxy, which enables the Citrix ADC to optimize the TCP traffic by using Layer 4 features.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED Default value: DISABLED

td ID of the traffic domain through which the Citrix ADC sends the outbound traffic after performing LSN.

If you do not specify an ID, the ADC sends the outbound traffic through the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0. Default value: 4095 Minimum value: 0

l2info Enable l2info by creating natpcbs for LSN, which enables the Citrix ADC to use L2CONN/MBF with LSN.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED Default value: DISABLED

Example

Set lsn appsprofile profile1 -mapping ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT

unbind lsn appsprofile

Unbind LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

unbind lsn appsprofile ( | -appsattributesname )

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

lsnport Port numbers or range of port numbers to match against the destination port of the incoming packet from a subscriber. When the destination port is matched, the LSN application profile is applied for the LSN session. Separate a range of ports with a hyphen. For example, 40-90. Minimum value: 1

appsattributesname Name of the LSN application port ATTRIBUTES command to bind to the specified LSN Appsprofile. Properties of the Appsprofile will be applicable to this APPSATTRIBUTES

Example

unbind lsn appsprofile profile1 80-100

add lsn appsprofile

Add LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

add lsn appsprofile [-ippooling ( PAIRED | RANDOM )] [-mapping ] [-filtering ] [-tcpproxy ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-td ] [-l2info ( ENABLED | DISABLED )]

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

transportprotocol Name of the protocol for which the parameters of this LSN application profile applies.

Possible values: TCP, UDP, ICMP

ippooling NAT IP address allocation options for sessions associated with the same subscriber.

Available options function as follows: * Paired - The Citrix ADC allocates the same NAT IP address for all sessions associated with the same subscriber. When all the ports of a NAT IP address are used in LSN sessions (for same or multiple subscribers), the Citrix ADC ADC drops any new connection from the subscriber. * Random - The Citrix ADC allocates random NAT IP addresses, from the pool, for different sessions associated with the same subscriber.

This parameter is applicable to dynamic NAT allocation only.

Possible values: PAIRED, RANDOM Default value: RANDOM

mapping Type of LSN mapping to apply to subsequent packets originating from the same subscriber IP address and port.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of the subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows:

  • ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to any external IP address and port.

  • ADDRESS-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address (Y), regardless of the external port.

  • ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same internal IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address and port (Y:y) while the mapping is still active.

Possible values: ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT, ADDRESS-DEPENDENT, ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT Default value: ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT

filtering Type of filter to apply to packets originating from external hosts.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows: * ENDPOINT INDEPENDENT - Filters out only packets not destined to the subscriber IP address and port X:x, regardless of the external host IP address and port source (Z:z). The Citrix ADC forwards any packets destined to X:x. In other words, sending packets from the subscriber to any external IP address is sufficient to allow packets from any external hosts to the subscriber.

  • ADDRESS DEPENDENT - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port X:x. In addition, the ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the client has not previously sent packets to Y:anyport (external port independent). In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets to that specific external host's IP address.

  • ADDRESS PORT DEPENDENT (the default) - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port (X:x). In addition, the Citrix ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the subscriber has not previously sent packets to Y:y. In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets first to that external IP address and port.

Possible values: ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT, ADDRESS-DEPENDENT, ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT Default value: ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT

tcpproxy Enable TCP proxy, which enables the Citrix ADC to optimize the TCP traffic by using Layer 4 features.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED Default value: DISABLED

td ID of the traffic domain through which the Citrix ADC sends the outbound traffic after performing LSN.

If you do not specify an ID, the ADC sends the outbound traffic through the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0. Default value: 4095 Minimum value: 0

l2info Enable l2info by creating natpcbs for LSN, which enables the Citrix ADC to use L2CONN/MBF with LSN.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED Default value: DISABLED

Example

add lsn appsprofile profile1 TCP -mapping ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT

rm lsn appsprofile

Remove LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

rm lsn appsprofile

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

Example

rm lsn appsprofile profile1

bind lsn appsprofile

Bind LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

bind lsn appsprofile ( | -appsattributesname )

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

lsnport Port numbers or range of port numbers to match against the destination port of the incoming packet from a subscriber. When the destination port is matched, the LSN application profile is applied for the LSN session. Separate a range of ports with a hyphen. For example, 40-90. Minimum value: 1

appsattributesname Name of the LSN application port ATTRIBUTES command to bind to the specified LSN Appsprofile. Properties of the Appsprofile will be applicable to this APPSATTRIBUTES

Example

bind lsn appsprofile profile1 80-100

show lsn appsprofile

Display LSN Application Profile.

Synopsis

show lsn appsprofile []

Arguments

appsprofilename Name for the LSN application profile. Must begin with an ASCII alphanumeric or underscore (_) character, and must contain only ASCII alphanumeric, underscore, hash (#), period (.), space, colon (:), at (@), equals (=), and hyphen (-) characters. Cannot be changed after the LSN application profile is created. The following requirement applies only to the Citrix ADC CLI: If the name includes one or more spaces, enclose the name in double or single quotation marks (for example, "lsn application profile1" or 'lsn application profile1').

Output

lsnport Port numbers or range of port numbers to match against the destination port of the incoming packet from a subscriber. When the destination port is matched, the LSN application profile is applied for the LSN session. Separate a range of ports with a hyphen. For example, 40-90.

transportprotocol Name of the protocol for which the parameters of this LSN application profile applies.

ippooling NAT IP address allocation options for sessions associated with the same subscriber.

Available options function as follows: * Paired - The Citrix ADC allocates the same NAT IP address for all sessions associated with the same subscriber. When all the ports of a NAT IP address are used in LSN sessions (for same or multiple subscribers), the Citrix ADC ADC drops any new connection from the subscriber. * Random - The Citrix ADC allocates random NAT IP addresses, from the pool, for different sessions associated with the same subscriber.

This parameter is applicable to dynamic NAT allocation only.

mapping Type of LSN mapping to apply to subsequent packets originating from the same subscriber IP address and port.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of the subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows:

  • ENDPOINT-INDEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to any external IP address and port.

  • ADDRESS-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same subscriber IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address (Y), regardless of the external port.

  • ADDRESS-PORT-DEPENDENT - Reuse the LSN mapping for subsequent packets sent from the same internal IP address and port (X:x) to the same external IP address and port (Y:y) while the mapping is still active.

filtering Type of filter to apply to packets originating from external hosts.

Consider an example of an LSN mapping that includes the mapping of subscriber IP:port (X:x), NAT IP:port (N:n), and external host IP:port (Y:y).

Available options function as follows: * ENDPOINT INDEPENDENT - Filters out only packets not destined to the subscriber IP address and port X:x, regardless of the external host IP address and port source (Z:z). The Citrix ADC forwards any packets destined to X:x. In other words, sending packets from the subscriber to any external IP address is sufficient to allow packets from any external hosts to the subscriber.

  • ADDRESS DEPENDENT - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port X:x. In addition, the ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the client has not previously sent packets to Y:anyport (external port independent). In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets to that specific external host's IP address.

  • ADDRESS PORT DEPENDENT (the default) - Filters out packets not destined to subscriber IP address and port (X:x). In addition, the Citrix ADC filters out packets from Y:y destined for the subscriber (X:x) if the subscriber has not previously sent packets to Y:y. In other words, receiving packets from a specific external host requires that the subscriber first send packets first to that external IP address and port.

tcpproxy Enable TCP proxy, which enables the Citrix ADC to optimize the TCP traffic by using Layer 4 features.

td ID of the traffic domain through which the Citrix ADC sends the outbound traffic after performing LSN.

If you do not specify an ID, the ADC sends the outbound traffic through the default traffic domain, which has an ID of 0.

l2info Enable l2info by creating natpcbs for LSN, which enables the Citrix ADC to use L2CONN/MBF with LSN.

firstport Port numbers or range of port numbers to match against the destination port of the incoming packet from a subscriber. When the destination port is matched, the LSN application profile is applied for the LSN session. Separate a range of ports with a hyphen. For example, 40-90.

lastport Port numbers or range of port numbers to match against the destination port of the incoming packet from a subscriber. When the destination port is matched, the LSN application profile is applied for the LSN session. Separate a range of ports with a hyphen. For example, 40-90.

appsattributesname Name of the LSN application port ATTRIBUTES command to bind to the specified LSN Appsprofile. Properties of the Appsprofile will be applicable to this APPSATTRIBUTES

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Example

show lsn appsprofile profile1

unset lsn appsprofile

Use this command to remove lsn appsprofile settings.Refer to the set lsn appsprofile command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsis

unset lsn appsprofile [-ippooling] [-mapping] [-filtering] [-tcpproxy] [-td] [-l2info]

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