Configuring the CLI¶
Where is stateful configuration stored?¶
The F5 CLI stores configuration settings and credentials in the user’s home directory inside a folder called
.f5_cli. There are a number of files in this folder. Below you can see a description for each of these files and an example of information typically found in each one.
auth.yaml - Authentication information such as credentials used by the CLI
- name: bigip1 host: 192.0.2.10 authentication-type: bigip password: mypassword1 port: 443 username: myuser1 default: true - name: bigip2 host: 192.0.2.11 authentication-type: bigip password: mypassword2 port: 443 username: myuser2 default: false - name: cs1 password: mypassword3 authentication-type: cloud-services username: firstname.lastname@example.org default: true
config.yaml - Configuration settings used by the CLI
Typically changing configuration settings in these files is done using the F5 CLI directly, however for advanced use cases it may be a requirement to change the settings directly in these files.
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