Application router configuration (Non-GUI)

Connecting to FAS via the CLI

  • Navigate to the FAS's bin directory e.g. cd <FAS_INSTALL_DIR>/bin
  • Start the JBoss CLI e.g. ./jboss-cli.sh
  • Using the 'connect' command, connect to the master host of the required FAS cluster, specifying its address and the management port e.g. connect <ADDRESS>:9999
  • When prompted for credentials, enter the appropriate username and password
  • To terminate a CLI session type: quit

NOTE: Once connected use 'ctrl + backspace' to delete a command

To add an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>:add

To remove an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>:remove

To set an application router to be the default application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>:writeattribute(
name=default,value=true)

To add a controlled domain for an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>/controlleddomain=<
controlled-domain-name>:add

To remove a controlled domain for an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>/controlleddomain=<
controlled-domain-name>:remove

To add an application artefact for an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>/applicationartefact=<
application-artefact-name>:add

To remove an application artefact for an application router:

/profile=ha/subsystem=sip/app-router=<app-router-name>/applicationartefact=<
application-artefact-name>:remove

 

 

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