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Manual Chapter: Managing Device DoS in Shared Security
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About device DoS

You can use the BIG-IQ® Device DoS screen to manage the device DoS configuration on the BIG-IP®, including managing up to 8 network white lists.

You edit a device DoS configuration on the BIG-IQ system by clicking the name of the BIG-IP device to manage on the Device DoS screen.

To get help on any screen, click the (?) icon in the upper right corner.

Editing device DoS

Use the Device DoS screen to edit and view the device DoS properties.

  1. Click the name of the BIG-IP® device configuration to edit on the Device DoS screen.
  2. Modify the properties as needed. Note that not all properties can be modified. Some properties are read-only.
    • Click Device Configuration to view values within the configuration.
    • Click Network White List to add, delete or modify whitelist entries.
  3. When finished, save your changes in one of two ways:
    • Click Save to save the device DoS properties.
    • Click Save & Close to save the device DoS properties and return to the Device DoS screen.

Editing device configuration entries

  1. Click Device Configuration to view values within the configuration.
  2. Locate the configuration category containing the entry to modify, and click the + to the left of it. The category expands.
  3. Click the value to change and then edit it in the popup window displayed.
  4. Click OK to save the value changes; to cancel the change, click Cancel.
  5. When finished, save your changes in one of two ways:
    • Click Save to save the device DoS properties.
    • Click Save & Close to save the device DoS properties and return to the Device DoS screen.

Adding network whitelist entries

  1. Click Network White List and then click Add White List. The Properties screen displays. Only 8 whitelist entries can exist at a time.
  2. Type or modify the properties as needed. You can specify IPv4 or IPv6 addresses in CIDR notation as values to address fields. You can specify a source address or destination address but not both in the same whitelist entry.
  3. Click Finished to complete the whitelist entry.
  4. Click Repeat to create a copy of the current whitelist entry.
  5. Click Cancel to not change the whitelist entry.
  6. When finished, save your changes in one of two ways:
    • Click Save to save the whitelist changes.
    • Click Save & Close to save the whitelist changes and return to the Device DoS screen.

Editing network whitelist entries

  1. Click Network White List.
  2. Click Edit at the end of the row containing the whitelist to edit. The Properties screen displays.
  3. Modify the properties as needed.
  4. Click Finished to save the value change; to cancel the change, click Cancel.
  5. When finished, save your changes in one of two ways:
    • Click Save to save the whitelist changes.
    • Click Save & Close to save the whitelist changes and return to the Device DoS screen.

Deleting network whitelist entries

  1. Click Network White List.
  2. Select the check box to the left of the whitelist to delete.
  3. Click Remove White List.
  4. When finished, save your changes in one of two ways:
    • Click Save to save the deletions.
    • Click Save & Close to save the deletions and return to the Device DoS screen.
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