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gtm monitor wap(1)					BIG-IP TMSH Manual					gtm monitor wap(1)

       wap - Configures a Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) monitor.

       gtm monitor

       Configure the wap component within the gtm monitor module using the syntax in the following sections.

	create wap [name]
	modify wap [name]
	    accounting-node [none | [RADIUS server name] ]
	    accounting-port [ [integer] | none]
	    call-id [none | [RADIUS server 11 digit phone number] ]
	    check-until-up [enabled | disabled]
	    debug [no | yes]
	    defaults-from [name]
	    description [string]
	    destination [ [ ipv4 address[:port] ] | [ ipv6 address[.port] ] ]
	    framed-address [none | [RADIUS framed IP address] ]
	    ignore-down-response [enabled | disabled]
	    interval [integer]
	    probe-timeout [integer]
	    recv [none | [string] ]
	    secret [none | [password] ]
	    send [none | [string] ]
	    server-id [none | [RADIUS NAS-ID] ]
	    session-id [none | [RADIUS session ID] ]
	    timeout [integer]

	edit wap [ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]

	list wap
	list wap[ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]
	show running-config wap
	show running-config wap[ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]

	delete wap [name]

       Note: You cannot delete default monitors.

       You can use the wap component to configure a custom monitor, or you can use the default WAP monitor that the Global Traffic
       Manager provides. This type of monitor requests the URL specified in the send option, and finds the string specified in the
       recv option somewhere in the data returned by the URL response.

       create wap my_wap defaults-from wap

       Creates a monitor named my_wap that inherits properties from the default WAP monitor.

       list wap

       Displays the properties of all of the WAP monitors.

	    Specifies the RADIUS server that provides authentication for the WAP target. Note that if you configure the
	    accounting-port option, but you do not configure the this option, the system assumes that the RADIUS server and the
	    WAP server are the same system.

	    Specifies the port that the monitor uses for RADIUS accounting. The default value is none. A value of 0 (zero)
	    disables RADIUS accounting.

	    Specifies the 11-digit phone number for the RADIUS server. The default value is none.

	    Specifies whether the monitor sends error messages and additional information to a log file created and labeled
	    specifically for this monitor. You can use the log information to help diagnose and troubleshoot unsuccessful health
	    checks. The default value is no.

	    The options are:

	    no	 Specifies that the system does not redirect error messages and additional information related to this monitor.

	    yes  Specifies that the system redirects error messages and additional information to the
		 /var/log/monitors/--.log file.

	    Specifies the name of the monitor from which you want your custom monitor to inherit settings. The default value is

	    User defined description.

	    Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor. The default value
	    is *:*.

	    Possible values are:

	    *:*  Specifies to perform a health check on the IP address and port supplied by a pool member.

		 Specifies to perform a health check on the server with the IP address supplied by the pool member and the port
		 you specify.

	    IP address:port
		 Specifies to mark a pool member up or down based on the response of the server at the IP address and port you

	    Specifies the RADIUS framed IP address. The default value is none.

       glob Displays the items that match the glob expression. See help glob for a description of glob expression syntax.

	    Specifies whether the monitor ignores a down response from the system it is monitoring. The default value is disabled.

	    Specifies the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check. The default value is 10 seconds.

       name Specifies a unique name for the component. This option is required for the commands create, delete, and modify.

	    Displays the administrative partition within which the component resides.

	    Specifies the number of seconds after which the BIG-IP(r) system times out the probe request to the BIG-IP system. The
	    default value is 5 seconds.

       recv Specifies the text string that the monitor looks for in the returned resource. The most common receive expressions
	    contain a text string that is included in an HTML file on your site. The text string can be regular text, HTML tags,
	    or image names. If you do not specify both a value for both the send and recv options, the monitor performs a simple
	    service check and connect only. The default value is none.

	    Displays the items that match the regular expression. The regular expression must be preceded by an at sign (@[regular
	    expression]) to indicate that the identifier is a regular expression. See help regex for a description of regular
	    expression syntax.

	    Specifies the password the monitor needs to communicate with the resource. The default value is none.

       send Specifies the text string that the monitor sends to the target object. The default setting is GET /, which retrieves a
	    default HTML file for a web site.

	    To retrieve a specific page from a web site, specify a fully-qualified path name, for example, GET
	    /www/company/index.html. Since the string may have special characters, the system may require that the string be
	    enclosed with single quotation marks.

	    If this value is null, then a valid connection suffices to determine that the service is up. In this case, the system
	    does not need the recv option and ignores the option even if it is not null. The default value is none.

	    Specifies the RADIUS NAS-ID for this system when configuring a RADIUS server. The default value is none.

	    Specifies the RADIUS session identification number when configuring a RADIUS server. The default value is none.

	    Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request. The default value is 31

	    If the target responds within the set time period, it is considered up. If the target does not respond within the set
	    time period, it is considered down. Also, if the target responds with a RESET packet, the system immediately flags the
	    target as down without waiting for the timeout interval to expire.

       create, delete, edit, glob, gtm pool, list, modify, regex, show, tmsh

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