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    scio user

    Syntax

    scio user option argument

    Description

    Displays the status of communication with a Juniper Networks IC Series Unified Access Control (UAC) appliance to support the user role-based policy feature and coordinated threat control.

    Options

    Table 1 describes scio user options and arguments and provides examples of command syntax.

    Table 1: Command Reference: scio ca

    Options

    Usage and Examples

    status

    Shows the status of the connection between the IDP Series appliance and IC Series appliance.


    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user status
    IDP-IC Connectivity is...........[        Up ]
    User Session Table Lookup........[   Enabled ]
    

    logs throttle {show | set value}

    Shows or sets the value for log throttling. Log throttling limits the number of logs per second the IDP Series device sends to the IC Series appliance.


    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user logs throttle show
    5 Log(s)/Second.
    

    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user logs throttle set 10
    IC-Log Throttle limit set to '10'.
    

    list [-u username | -i IP address]

    Shows the list of users and IP addresses in the user session table.


    [root@defaulthost ~]# scio user list
    1. IP[         8.0.0.1] USER[test]  ROLES(1)[QA]
    2. IP[         8.0.0.2] USER[test]  ROLES(1)[QA1]
    3. IP[         5.0.0.1] USER[test]  ROLES(1)[QA3]
    4. IP[         9.0.0.1] USER[test]  ROLES(1)[QA2]
    
    =========================
    Total Matches Found (4)
    =========================
    

    counters cmd type

    Displays, resets, enables, or disables counters for the user session table. You use these counters for diagnostic purposes only–to verify the statistics increment when the IC Series appliance updates the user session table.

    cmd is {list | reset | enable | disable}. Specifies a counter operation.

    type is {all | add | delete | lookup}. Specifies the counter.

    The success and failure counters refer to the success and failure for user add, user delete, and user lookup operations.


    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user counters list all
               +-----------+-----------+
               | SUCCESS   | FAILURE   |
               +-----------+-----------+
           Add |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
        Delete |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
        Lookup |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
    
              

    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user counters list lookup
     +-----------+-----------+
               | SUCCESS   | FAILURE   |
               +-----------+-----------+
        Lookup |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
    

    [root@defaulthost admin]# scio user counters list add delete
               +-----------+-----------+
               | SUCCESS   | FAILURE   |
               +-----------+-----------+
           Add |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
        Delete |         0 |         0 |
               +-----------+-----------+
    

    Published: 2011-02-08