Media Flow Controller CLI Commands : cmc : cmc client

cmc client
Configure Central Management Console client.
cmc client
bw-limit limit <kbytes/sec>
confirm-config
connection
connect [maintain]
disconnect
reconnect [maintain]
enable
server
address <address>
auth
authtype <type>
password {password [<password>] | username <name>}
ssh-dsa2 identity <string> username <name>
ssh-rsa2 identity <string> username <name>
capabilities username <name>
port <port>
remove-key
source address <IP_address> port <port> [validate]
Notes:
bw-limit—Set or remove (with no) a limit on bandwidth the CMC server uses to transmit to each appliance it is connected to. Note that this is NOT an aggregate bandwidth limit on all transmissions from the server to appliances, since bandwidth is tracked on a per-session (per-appliance) basis. Media Flow Controller uses up to this amount of bandwidth per appliance that it is currently transmitting to. Default is unlimited.
confirm-config—Enable (default) or disable (with no) confirmation of entering configuration mode on a CMC client that is under management of a CMC server. If this is enabled, then In the CLI, you must respond yes to a follow-up prompt, when using configure terminal. Or, you can use configure terminal cmc-force to bypass the prompt. And, in the Management Console, pages are rendered as if you had no set user capabilities, until you press a button indicating that you want to be able to configure the system.
connection—Manage the CMC client connection with the CMC server.
auto—Automatically initiate connections with the CMC server.
connect [maintain]—Connect, disconnect, or reconnect to the server. Same as cmc appliance <ID> connection, except in reverse. Note! For a client-initiated connection to work, the server's appliance record must have the client's IP address (not just a hostname). The optional maintain argument causes the connection to the server to be maintained even if auto-connect is disabled.
disconnect—Disconnect to the server.
reconnect [maintain]—Force disconnect and reconnect to the server. The optional maintain argument causes the connection to the server to be maintained even if auto-connect is disabled.
enable—Enable CMC client functionality.
server—Configure information about the CMC server.
address <hostname or IP address>—Set the address of the CMC server to which to connect, for client-initiated connections.
auth—Configure authentication to the server.
authtype—Configure the type of authentication to be used. The no variant resets the authtype to its default, which is none.
password password <password> or username <name>—Set the password or username for password-based authentication. If password password is set without a <password>, the user is prompted for the password.
ssh-dsa2 or ssh-rsa2 identity and username—Set the identity and username for ssh-dsa2-based or ssh-rsa2-based authentication.
capabilities username—Set the username whose credentials should be used to execute proxied requests from the CMC server when there is a client-initiated connection. Note! If the user specified with this command is subsequently deleted or disabled, this setting is reset to admin and the CMC client functionality is disabled overall. This latter change may be disruptive, but its intention is to prevent an unintended increase in the capabilities of the server through proxied requests.
port <port number>—Set the port of the CMC server to connect to, for client-initiated connections. The no variant resets the port to its default, 22.
remove-key—Remove any known host entry Media Flow Controller already has for the currently configured server. This should only be necessary if the server's host key changes.
source—Configure validation of server address and source port for server-initiated connections.
address—Set the IP address of the server from which Media Flow Controller expects to receive server-initiated connections. If not set (or cleared with no), the main server address set with cmc client server address is used instead.
port <port number>—Set the source port on the server from which Media Flow Controller expects to receive server-initiated connections. If not set (or cleared with no), the source port is be verified.
validate—Specifies whether or not Media Flow Controller should check the originating IP address and port of the server against those specified in the configuration (the main server address or the source address and port). If set and there is not a match with whatever logs into Media Flow Controller for CMC management, break the connection.
show cmc client
Show miscellaneous information about a CMC client.

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