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Configuration Files


BIG-IP configuration files

The following table lists the configuration files on the BIG-IP system.


File

Description

/config/bigip.conf

Stores virtual server and node definitions and settings, including node ping settings, the load balancing mode, and NAT and SNAT settings.

/config/bigip_base.conf

Stores BIG-IP self IP addresses and VLAN and interface configurations.

/config/bigip.license

Stores authorization information for the BIG-IP system.

/etc/bigconf.conf

Stores the user preferences for the Configuration utility.

/config/bigconfig/openssl.conf

This file holds the configuration information for how the SSL library interacts with browsers, and how key information is generated.

/config/user.db

This is the location of the BIG/db database. This database holds various configuration information.

/config/bigconfig/httpd.conf

The main configuration file for the webserver.

/config/bigconfig/users

The webserver password file. Contains the user names and passwords of the people permitted to access whatever is provided by the webserver.

/etc/hosts

Stores the hosts table for the BIG-IP system.

/etc/hosts.allow

Stores the IP addresses of workstations that are allowed to make administrative shell connections to the BIG-IP system.

/etc/hosts.deny

Stores the IP addresses of workstations that are allowed to make administrative shell connections to the BIG-IP system.

/etc/ipfw.conf

Stores IP filter settings.

/etc/rateclass.conf

Stores rate class definitions.

/etc/ipfwrate.conf

Stores IP filter settings for filters that also use rate classes.

/etc/snmpd.conf

Stores SNMP configuration settings.

/etc/snmptrap.conf

Stores SNMP trap configuration settings.

/config/ssh

Contains the SSH configuration and key files.

/etc/sshd_config

This is the configuration file for the secure shell server (SSH). It contains all the access information for people trying to get into the system by using SSH.

/config/routes

Contains static route information.



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