f5networks.f5_modules.bigip_device_info module – Collect information from F5 BIG-IP devices

Note

This module is part of the f5networks.f5_modules collection (version 1.17.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install f5networks.f5_modules.

To use it in a playbook, specify: f5networks.f5_modules.bigip_device_info.

New in version 1.0.0: of f5networks.f5_modules

Synopsis

  • Collect information from F5 BIG-IP devices.

  • This module was called bigip_device_facts before Ansible 2.9. The usage did not change.

Parameters

Parameter

Comments

gather_subset

aliases: include

list / elements=string / required

When supplied, this argument will restrict the information returned to a given subset.

You can specify a list of values to include a larger subset.

Values can also be used with an initial ! to specify that a specific subset should not be collected.

Choices:

  • all

  • monitors

  • profiles

  • apm-access-profiles

  • apm-access-policies

  • as3

  • asm-policy-stats

  • asm-policies

  • asm-server-technologies

  • asm-signature-sets

  • client-ssl-profiles

  • cfe

  • devices

  • device-groups

  • do

  • external-monitors

  • fasthttp-profiles

  • fastl4-profiles

  • gateway-icmp-monitors

  • gtm-pools

  • gtm-servers

  • gtm-wide-ips

  • gtm-a-pools

  • gtm-a-wide-ips

  • gtm-aaaa-pools

  • gtm-aaaa-wide-ips

  • gtm-cname-pools

  • gtm-cname-wide-ips

  • gtm-mx-pools

  • gtm-mx-wide-ips

  • gtm-naptr-pools

  • gtm-naptr-wide-ips

  • gtm-srv-pools

  • gtm-srv-wide-ips

  • gtm-topology-regions

  • http-monitors

  • https-monitors

  • http-profiles

  • iapp-services

  • iapplx-packages

  • icmp-monitors

  • interfaces

  • internal-data-groups

  • irules

  • ltm-pools

  • ltm-policies

  • management-routes

  • nodes

  • oneconnect-profiles

  • packages

  • partitions

  • provision-info

  • remote-syslog

  • route-domains

  • self-ips

  • server-ssl-profiles

  • software-volumes

  • software-images

  • software-hotfixes

  • ssl-certs

  • ssl-keys

  • sync-status

  • system-db

  • system-info

  • ts

  • tcp-monitors

  • tcp-half-open-monitors

  • tcp-profiles

  • traffic-groups

  • trunks

  • udp-profiles

  • users

  • ucs

  • vcmp-guests

  • virtual-addresses

  • virtual-servers

  • vlans

  • !all

  • !as3

  • !do

  • !ts

  • !cfe

  • !monitors

  • !profiles

  • !apm-access-profiles

  • !apm-access-policies

  • !asm-policy-stats

  • !asm-policies

  • !asm-server-technologies

  • !asm-signature-sets

  • !client-ssl-profiles

  • !devices

  • !device-groups

  • !external-monitors

  • !fasthttp-profiles

  • !fastl4-profiles

  • !gateway-icmp-monitors

  • !gtm-pools

  • !gtm-servers

  • !gtm-wide-ips

  • !gtm-a-pools

  • !gtm-a-wide-ips

  • !gtm-aaaa-pools

  • !gtm-aaaa-wide-ips

  • !gtm-cname-pools

  • !gtm-cname-wide-ips

  • !gtm-mx-pools

  • !gtm-mx-wide-ips

  • !gtm-naptr-pools

  • !gtm-naptr-wide-ips

  • !gtm-srv-pools

  • !gtm-srv-wide-ips

  • !gtm-topology-regions

  • !http-monitors

  • !https-monitors

  • !http-profiles

  • !iapp-services

  • !iapplx-packages

  • !icmp-monitors

  • !interfaces

  • !internal-data-groups

  • !irules

  • !ltm-pools

  • !ltm-policies

  • !management-routes

  • !nodes

  • !oneconnect-profiles

  • !packages

  • !partitions

  • !provision-info

  • !remote-syslog

  • !route-domains

  • !self-ips

  • !server-ssl-profiles

  • !software-volumes

  • !software-images

  • !software-hotfixes

  • !ssl-certs

  • !ssl-keys

  • !sync-status

  • !system-db

  • !system-info

  • !tcp-monitors

  • !tcp-half-open-monitors

  • !tcp-profiles

  • !traffic-groups

  • !trunks

  • !udp-profiles

  • !users

  • !ucs

  • !vcmp-guests

  • !virtual-addresses

  • !virtual-servers

  • !vlans

partition

string

added in 1.14.0 of f5networks.f5_modules

Specifies the partition to gather the resource information from.

The default value for the partition is taken as Common.

Default: “Common”

provider

dictionary

added in 1.0.0 of f5networks.f5_modules

A dict object containing connection details.

auth_provider

string

Configures the auth provider for to obtain authentication tokens from the remote device.

This option is really used when working with BIG-IQ devices.

no_f5_teem

boolean

If yes, TEEM telemetry data is not sent to F5.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_TELEMETRY_OFF.

Previously used variable F5_TEEM is deprecated as its name was confusing.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

password

aliases: pass, pwd

string / required

The password for the user account used to connect to the BIG-IP.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_PASSWORD.

server

string / required

The BIG-IP host.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_SERVER.

server_port

integer

The BIG-IP server port.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_SERVER_PORT.

Default: 443

timeout

integer

Specifies the timeout in seconds for communicating with the network device for either connecting or sending commands. If the timeout is exceeded before the operation is completed, the module will error.

transport

string

Configures the transport connection to use when connecting to the remote device.

Choices:

  • rest ← (default)

user

string / required

The username to connect to the BIG-IP with. This user must have administrative privileges on the device.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_USER.

validate_certs

boolean

If no, SSL certificates are not validated. Use this only on personally controlled sites using self-signed certificates.

You may omit this option by setting the environment variable F5_VALIDATE_CERTS.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes ← (default)

Notes

Note

  • For more information on using Ansible to manage F5 Networks devices see https://www.ansible.com/integrations/networks/f5.

  • Requires BIG-IP software version >= 12.

  • The F5 modules only manipulate the running configuration of the F5 product. To ensure that BIG-IP specific configuration persists to disk, be sure to include at least one task that uses the f5networks.f5_modules.bigip_config module to save the running configuration. Refer to the module’s documentation for the correct usage of the module to save your running configuration.

Examples

- name: Collect BIG-IP information
  bigip_device_info:
    gather_subset:
      - interfaces
      - vlans
    provider:
      server: lb.mydomain.com
      user: admin
      password: secret
  delegate_to: localhost

- name: Collect all BIG-IP information
  bigip_device_info:
    gather_subset:
      - all
    provider:
      server: lb.mydomain.com
      user: admin
      password: secret
  delegate_to: localhost

- name: Collect all BIG-IP information except trunks
  bigip_device_info:
    gather_subset:
      - all
      - "!trunks"
    provider:
      server: lb.mydomain.com
      user: admin
      password: secret
  delegate_to: localhost

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key

Description

apm_access_policies

complex

Information about APM Access Policies.

Returned: When apm-access-policies is specified in gather_subset.

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/foo_policy”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “foo_policy”

apm_access_profiles

complex

Information about APM Access Profiles.

Returned: When apm-access-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

access_policy

string

APM Access Policy attached to this Access Profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: “foo_policy”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/foo_policy”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “foo_policy”

asm_policies

complex

Detailed information for ASM policies present on device.

Returned: When asm-policies is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

active

boolean

Indicates if an ASM policy is active. In TMOS 13.x and above, this setting indicates if the policy is bound to any Virtual Server.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

allowed_response_codes

list / elements=string

Lists the response status codes between 400 and 599 that the security profile considers legal.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“400”, “404”]

application_language

string

The language encoding for the web application.

Returned: queried

Sample: “utf-8”

apply

boolean

In TMOS 13.x and above, this setting indicates if an ASM policy has pending changes that need to be applied.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

case_insensitive

boolean

Indicates if the ASM policy treats file types, URLs, and parameters as case sensitive.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

csrf_protection_enabled

boolean

Specifies if CSRF protection is active on the ASM policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

csrf_protection_expiration_time_in_seconds

integer

Specifies how long, in seconds, a configured CSRF token is valid before it expires.

Returned: queried

Sample: 600

csrf_protection_ssl_only

boolean

Specifies that only HTTPS URLs will be checked for CSRF protection.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

csrf_urls

complex

Specifies a list of URLs for CSRF token verification.

In version 13.0.0 and later, this has become a sub-collection and a list of dictionaries.

In version 12.x, this is a list of simple strings.

Returned: queried

csrf_url

string

Specifies an URL to protect.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/foo.html”]

csrf_url_enforcement_action

string

Indicates the action specified for the system to take when the URL entry matches.

Returned: queried

Sample: “none”

csrf_url_id

string

Specifies the generated ID for the configured CSRF URL resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “l0Ckxe-7yHsXp8U5tTgbFQ”

csrf_url_method

string

Method for the specified URL.

Returned: queried

Sample: “POST”

csrf_url_parameters_list

list / elements=string

List of parameters to look for in a request when checking if the URL entry matches the request.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“fooparam”]

csrf_url_required_parameters

string

Indicates whether to ignore or require one of the specified parameters is present in a request when checking if the URL entry matches the request.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ignore”

csrf_url_wildcard_order

string

Specifies the order in which the wildcard URLs are enforced.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

custom_xff_headers

string

List of custom XFF headers trusted by the system.

Returned: queried

Sample: “asm-proxy1”

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Significant Policy Description”

disallowed_geolocations

string

Displays countries that may not access the web application.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Argentina”

enforcement_mode

string

Specifies whether blocking is active or inactive for the ASM policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: “blocking”

enforcement_readiness_period

integer

Period in days both security policy entities and attack signatures remain in staging mode before the system suggests to enforce them.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/foo_policy”

has_parent

boolean

Indicates if the ASM policy is a child of another ASM policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

inspect_http_uploads

boolean

Specifies whether the system should inspect all HTTP uploads.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

learning_mode

string

Determine how the policy is built.

Returned: queried

Sample: “manual”

manual_virtual_servers

list / elements=string

The virtual servers that have Advanced LTM policy configuration which, in turn, have rule(s) built with ASM control actions enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/test_VS/”]

mask_credit_card_numbers_in_request

boolean

Indicates if the system masks credit card numbers.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

integer

Maximum length of a cookie header name and value that the system processes.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8192

maximum_http_header_length

integer

Maximum length of an HTTP header name and value that the system processes.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8192

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “foo_policy”

path_parameter_handling

string

Specifies how the system handles path parameters that are attached to path segments in URIs.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ignore”

place_signatures_in_staging

boolean

Specifies if the system places new or updated signatures in staging for the number of days specified in the enforcement readiness period.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

policy_id

string

Generated ID of the ASM policy resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “l0Ckxe-7yHsXp8U5tTgbFQ”

protocol_independent

boolean

Indicates if the ASM policy differentiates between HTTP/WS and HTTPS/WSS URLs.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

signature_staging

boolean

Specifies if the staging feature is active on the ASM policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

trigger_asm_irule_event

string

Indicates if iRule event is enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “disabled”

trust_xff

boolean

Indicates the system has confidence in an XFF (X-Forwarded-For) header in the request.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

type

string

The type of policy, can be Security or Parent.

Returned: queried

Sample: “security”

use_dynamic_session_id_in_url

boolean

Specifies how the security policy processes URLs that use dynamic sessions.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

virtual_servers

list / elements=string

Virtual server or servers which have this policy assigned to them.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/foo_VS/”]

asm_policy_stats

complex

Miscellaneous ASM policy related information.

Returned: When asm-policy-stats is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

parent_policies

integer

The total number of ASM parent policies on the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

policies

integer

The total number of ASM policies on the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

policies_active

integer

The number of ASM policies that are marked as active. From TMOS 13.x and above this setting equals to policies_attached.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

policies_attached

integer

The number of ASM policies that are attached to virtual servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

policies_inactive

integer

The number of ASM policies that are marked as inactive. From TMOS 13.x and above this setting equals to policies_unattached.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

policies_pending_changes

integer

The total number of ASM policies with pending changes on the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

policies_unattached

integer

The number of ASM policies that are not attached to a virtual server.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

asm_server_technologies

complex

Detailed information for ASM server technologies present on the device.

Returned: When asm-server-technologies is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

id

string

Displays the generated ID for the server technology resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “l0Ckxe-7yHsXp8U5tTgbFQ”

server_technology_name

string

Friendly name of the server technology resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Wordpress”

server_technology_references

complex

List of dictionaries containing API self links of the associated technology resources.

Returned: queried

string

A self link to an associated server technology.

Returned: queried

Sample:https://localhost/mgmt/tm/asm/server-technologies/NQG7CT02OBC2cQWbnP7T-A?ver=13.1.0

asm_signature_sets

complex

Detailed information for ASM signature sets present on device.

Returned: When asm-signature-sets is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

assign_to_policy_by_default

boolean

Indicates whether the system assigns this signature set to a new created security policy by default.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

category

string

Displays the category of the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: “filter-based”

default_alarm

boolean

Displays whether the security policy logs the request data in the Statistics screen if a request matches a signature that is included in the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

default_block

boolean

When the security policy enforcement mode is Blocking, displays how the system treats requests that match a signature included in the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

default_learn

boolean

Displays whether the security policy learns all requests that match a signature that is included in the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

id

string

Displays the generated ID for the signature set resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “l0Ckxe-7yHsXp8U5tTgbFQ”

is_user_defined

boolean

Specifies this signature set was added by a user.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Name of the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: “WebSphere signatures”

type

string

The method used to select signatures to be a part of the signature set.

Returned: queried

Sample: “filter-based”

client_ssl_profiles

complex

Client SSL Profile related information.

Returned: When client-ssl-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

alert_timeout

integer

Maximum time period, in seconds, to keep the SSL session active after an alert message is sent, or indefinite.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

allow_non_ssl

boolean

Enables or disables non-SSL connections.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

authenticate_depth

integer

Specifies the authenticate depth. This is the client certificate chain maximum traversal depth.

Returned: queried

Sample: 9

authenticate_frequency

string

Specifies how often the system authenticates a user.

Returned: queried

Sample: “once”

ca_file

string

Specifies the certificate authority (CA) file name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default-ca.crt”

cache_size

integer

Specifies the SSL session cache size.

Returned: queried

Sample: 262144

cache_timeout

integer

Specifies the SSL session cache timeout value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3600

certificate_file

string

Specifies the name of the certificate installed on the traffic management system for the purpose of terminating or initiating an SSL connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.crt”

chain_file

string

Specifies or builds a certificate chain file that a client can use to authenticate the profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/ca-chain.crt”

ciphers

string

Specifies a list of cipher names.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“DEFAULT”]

crl_file

string

Specifies the certificate revocation list file name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.crl”

description

string

Description of the profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

forward_proxy_ca_certificate_file

string

Specifies the name of the certificate file that is used as the certification authority certificate when SSL forward proxy feature is enabled.

Returned: queried

forward_proxy_ca_key_file

string

Specifies the name of the key file that is used as the certification authority key when SSL forward proxy feature is enabled.

Returned: queried

forward_proxy_ca_passphrase

string

Specifies the passphrase of the key file that is used as the certification authority key when SSL forward proxy feature is enabled.

Returned: queried

forward_proxy_certificate_extension_include

list / elements=string

Specifies the extensions of the web server certificates to be included in the generated certificates using SSL Forward Proxy.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“basic-constraints”, “subject-alternative-name”]

forward_proxy_certificate_lifespan

integer

Specifies the lifespan of the certificate generated using the SSL forward proxy feature.

Returned: queried

Sample: 30

forward_proxy_enabled

boolean

Enables or disables SSL forward proxy feature.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

forward_proxy_lookup_by_ipaddr_port

boolean

Specifies whether to perform certificate look up by IP address and port number.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/bigip02.internal”

handshake_timeout

integer

Specifies the handshake timeout in seconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

key_file

string

Specifies the name of the key installed on the traffic management system for the purpose of terminating or initiating an SSL connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.key”

modssl_methods

boolean

Enables or disables ModSSL method emulation.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “bigip02.internal”

parent

string

Parent of the profile

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/clientssl”

peer_certification_mode

string

Specifies the peer certificate mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ignore”

profile_mode_enabled

boolean

Specifies the profile mode, which enables or disables SSL processing.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

renegotiation

boolean

Specifies whether renegotiations are enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

renegotiation_maximum_record_delay

integer

Maximum number of SSL records that the traffic management system can receive before it renegotiates an SSL session.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

renegotiation_period

integer

Number of seconds required to renegotiate an SSL session.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

retain_certificate

boolean

APM module requires storing certificate in SSL session. When no, certificate will not be stored in SSL session.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

secure_renegotiation_mode

string

Specifies the secure renegotiation mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: “require”

server_name

string

Specifies the server names to be matched with SNI (server name indication) extension information in ClientHello from a client connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “bigip01”

session_ticket

boolean

Enables or disables session-ticket.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

sni_default

boolean

When yes, this profile is the default SSL profile when the server name in a client connection does not match any configured server names, or a client connection does not specify any server name at all.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

sni_require

boolean

When this option is yes, a client connection that does not specify a known server name or does not support SNI extension will be rejected.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

strict_resume

boolean

Enables or disables strict-resume.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

unclean_shutdown

boolean

Whether to force the SSL profile to perform a clean shutdown of all SSL connections or not

Returned: queried

Sample: false

device_groups

complex

Device group related information.

Returned: When device-groups is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

asm_sync_enabled

boolean

Specifies whether to synchronize ASM configurations of device group members.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

autosync_enabled

boolean

Whether the device group automatically synchronizes configuration data to its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

description

string

Description of the device group.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My device group”

devices

list / elements=string

List of devices in the group. Devices are listed by their full_path.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/bigip02.internal”]

full_load_on_sync

boolean

Specifies the entire configuration for a device group is sent when configuration synchronization is performed.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/fasthttp”

incremental_config_sync_size_maximum

integer

Specifies the maximum size (in KB) to devote to incremental config sync cached transactions.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1024

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fasthttp”

network_failover_enabled

boolean

Specifies whether network failover is used.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

type

string

Specifies the type of device group.

Returned: queried

Sample: “sync-only”

devices

complex

Device related information.

Returned: When devices is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

active_modules

list / elements=string

The currently licensed and provisioned modules on the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“DNS Services (LAB)”, “PSM, VE”]

base_mac_address

string

Media Access Control address (MAC address) of the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fa:16:3e:c3:42:6f”

build

string

The minor version information of the total product version.

Returned: queried

Sample: “0.0.1”

chassis_id

string

Serial number of the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “11111111-2222-3333-444444444444”

chassis_type

string

Displays the chassis type. The possible values are individual and viprion.

Returned: queried

Sample: “individual”

comment

string

User comments about the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My device”

configsync_address

string

IP address used for configuration synchronization.

Returned: queried

Sample: “10.10.10.10”

contact

string

Administrator contact information.

Returned: queried

Sample: “The User”

description

string

Description of the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My device”

edition

string

Displays the software edition.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Point Release 7”

failover_state

string

Device failover state.

Returned: queried

Sample: “active”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/bigip02.internal”

hostname

string

Device hostname

Returned: queried

Sample: “bigip02.internal”

location

string

Specifies the physical location of the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “London”

management_address

string

IP address of the management interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: “3.3.3.3”

marketing_name

string

Marketing name of the device platform.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP Virtual Edition”

multicast_address

string

Specifies the multicast IP address used for failover.

Returned: queried

Sample: “4.4.4.4”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “bigip02.internal”

optional_modules

list / elements=string

Modules that are available for the current platform, but are not currently licensed.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“App Mode (TMSH Only, No Root/Bash)”, “BIG-IP VE, Multicast Routing”]

platform_id

string

Displays the device platform identifier.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Z100”

primary_mirror_address

string

Specifies the IP address used for state mirroring.

Returned: queried

Sample: “5.5.5.5”

product

string

Displays the software product name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP”

secondary_mirror_address

string

Secondary IP address used for state mirroring.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2.2.2.2”

self

boolean

Whether or not this device is the one that was queried for information.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

software_version

string

Displays the software version number.

Returned: queried

Sample: “13.1.0.7”

timelimited_modules

list / elements=string

Displays the licensed modules that are time-limited.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“IP Intelligence, 3Yr, …”, “PEM URL Filtering, 3Yr, …”]

timezone

string

Displays the time zone configured on the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “UTC”

unicast_addresses

complex

Specifies the entire set of unicast addresses used for failover.

Returned: queried

effective_ip

string

The IP address that peers can use to reach this unicast address IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “5.4.3.5”

effective_port

integer

The port that peers can use to reach this unicast address.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1026

ip

string

The IP address the failover daemon will listen on for packets from its peers.

Returned: queried

Sample: “5.4.3.5”

port

integer

The IP port the failover daemon uses to accept packets from its peers.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1026

external_monitors

complex

External monitor related information.

Returned: When external-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

args

string

Specifies any command-line arguments the script requires.

Returned: queried

Sample: “arg1 arg2 arg3”

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

external_program

string

Specifies the name of the file for the monitor to use.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/arg_example”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/external”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “external”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “external”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

variables

dictionary

Specifies any variables the script requires.

Returned: success

Sample: {“key1”: “val”, “key_2”: “val 2”}

fasthttp_profiles

complex

FastHTTP profile related information.

Returned: When fasthttp-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

client_close_timeout

integer

Number of seconds after which the system closes a client connection, when the system either receives a client FIN packet or sends a FIN packet to the client.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

force_http_1_0_response

boolean

When yes, specifies the server sends responses to clients in the HTTP/1.0 format.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/fasthttp”

http_1_1_close_workarounds

boolean

When yes, specifies the server uses workarounds for HTTP 1.1 close issues.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

idle_timeout

integer

Length of time that a connection is idle (has no traffic) before the connection is eligible for deletion.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

insert_xforwarded_for

boolean

Whether the system inserts the X-Forwarded-For header in an HTTP request with the client IP address, to use with connection pooling.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

maximum_header_size

integer

Maximum amount of HTTP header data the system buffers before making a load balancing decision.

Returned: queried

Sample: 32768

maximum_requests

integer

Maximum number of requests the system can receive on a client-side connection, before the system closes the connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

maximum_segment_size_override

integer

Maximum segment size (MSS) override for server-side connections.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fasthttp”

oneconnect_idle_timeout_override

integer

Number of seconds after which a server-side connection in a OneConnect pool is eligible for deletion, when the connection has no traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

oneconnect_maximum_pool_size

integer

Maximum number of connections to a load balancing pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2048

oneconnect_maximum_reuse

integer

Maximum number of times the system can re-use a current connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

oneconnect_minimum_pool_size

integer

Minimum number of connections to a load balancing pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

oneconnect_ramp_up_increment

integer

The increment in which the system makes additional connections available, when all available connections are in use.

Returned: queried

Sample: 4

oneconnect_replenish’

boolean

When yes, specifies the system will not keep a steady-state maximum of connections to the back-end, unless the number of connections to the pool have dropped beneath the minimum_pool_size specified in the profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fasthttp”

receive_window_size

integer

Amount of data the BIG-IP system can accept without acknowledging the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

request_header_insert

string

A string the system inserts as a header in an HTTP request. If the header already exists, the system does not replace it.

Returned: queried

Sample: “X-F5-Authentication: foo”

reset_on_timeout

boolean

When yes, specifies the system sends a reset packet (RST) in addition to deleting the connection, when a connection exceeds the idle timeout value.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

server_close_timeout

integer

Number of seconds after which the system closes a client connection, when the system either receives a server FIN packet or sends a FIN packet to the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

server_sack

boolean

Whether the BIG-IP system processes Selective ACK (Sack) packets in cookie responses from the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

server_timestamp

boolean

Whether the BIG-IP system processes timestamp request packets in cookie responses from the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

unclean_shutdown

string

How the system handles closing connections. Values provided may be enabled, disabled, or fast.

Returned: queried

Sample: “enabled”

fastl4_profiles

complex

FastL4 profile related information.

Returned: When fastl4-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

client_timeout

integer

Specifies late binding client timeout in seconds.

This is the number of seconds allowed for a client to transmit enough data to select a server pool.

If this timeout expires, the timeout-recovery option dictates whether to drop the connection or fallback to the normal FastL4 load balancing method to pick a server pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 30

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

dont_fragment_flag

string

Describes the Don’t Fragment (DF) bit setting in the IP Header of the outgoing TCP packet.

When pmtu, sets the outgoing IP Header DF bit based on the IP pmtu setting(tm.pathmtudiscovery).

When preserve, sets the outgoing packet’s IP Header DF bit to be the same as the incoming IP Header DF bit.

When set, sets the outgoing packet’s IP Header DF bit.

When clear, clears the outgoing packet’s IP Header DF bit.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pmtu”

explicit_flow_migration

boolean

Specifies whether to have the iRule code determine exactly when the FIX stream drops down to the ePVA hardware.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/fastl4”

generate_init_seq_number

boolean

Specifies whether you want to generate TCP sequence numbers on all SYNs that conform with RFC1948, and allow timestamp recycling.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

boolean

Enables or disables hardware SYN cookie support when PVA10 is present on the system.

This option is deprecated in version 13.0.0 and is replaced by syn-cookie-enable.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

idle_timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds a connection is idle before the connection is eligible for deletion.

Values are in the range of 0 to 4294967295 (inclusive).

0 is equivalent to the TMUI value “immediate”.

4294967295 is equivalent to the TMUI value “indefinite”.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

ip_tos_to_client

string

Specifies an IP Type of Service (ToS) number for the client-side.

This option specifies the ToS level the traffic management system assigns to IP packets when sending them to clients.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

ip_tos_to_server

string

Specifies an IP ToS number for the server side.

This option specifies the ToS level the traffic management system assigns to IP packets when sending them to servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”

keep_alive_interval

integer

Specifies the keep-alive probe interval, in seconds.

A value of 0 indicates keep-alive is disabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

late_binding

boolean

Specifies whether to enable or disable the intelligent selection of a back-end server pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

integer

Specifies a Link Quality of Service (QoS) (VLAN priority) number for the client side.

This option specifies the QoS level the system assigns to packets when sending them to clients.

Returned: queried

Sample: 7

integer

Specifies a Link QoS (VLAN priority) number for the server side.

This option specifies the QoS level the system assigns to packets when sending them to servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

loose_close

boolean

Specifies the system closes a loosely-initiated connection when it receives the first FIN packet from either the client or the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

loose_init

boolean

Specifies the system initializes a connection when it receives any Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) packet, rather than requiring a SYN packet for connection initiation.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

mss_override

integer

Specifies a maximum segment size (MSS) override for server connections. Note this is also the MSS advertised to a client when a client first connects.

0 (zero), means the option is disabled. Otherwise, the value will be between 256 and 9162.

Returned: queried

Sample: 500

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fastl4”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fastl4”

priority_to_client

integer

Specifies the internal packet priority for the client side.

This option specifies the internal packet priority the system assigns to packets when sending them to clients.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

priority_to_server

integer

Specifies the internal packet priority for the server side.

This option specifies the internal packet priority the system assigns to packets when sending them to servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

pva_acceleration

string

Specifies the Packet Velocity(r) ASIC acceleration policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: “full”

pva_dynamic_client_packets

integer

Specifies the number of client packets before dynamic ePVA hardware re-offloading occurs.

Values are between 0 and 10.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8

pva_dynamic_server_packets

integer

Specifies the number of server packets before dynamic ePVA hardware re-offloading occurs.

Values are between 0 and 10.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

pva_flow_aging

boolean

Specifies if automatic aging from ePVA flow cache is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

pva_flow_evict

boolean

Specifies if this flow can be evicted upon hash collision with a new flow learn snoop request.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

pva_offload_dynamic

boolean

Specifies whether PVA flow dynamic offloading is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

pva_offload_state

string

Specifies at what stage the ePVA performs hardware offload.

When embryonic, applies at TCP CSYN or the first client UDP packet.

When establish, applies TCP 3WAY handshaking or UDP CS round trip are confirmed.

Returned: queried

Sample: “embryonic”

reassemble_fragments

boolean

Specifies whether to reassemble fragments.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

receive_window

integer

Specifies the window size to use, in bytes.

The maximum is 2^31 for window scale enabling.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

reset_on_timeout

boolean

Specifies whether you want to reset connections on timeout.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

rtt_from_client

boolean

Enables or disables the TCP timestamp options to measure the round trip time to the client.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

rtt_from_server

boolean

Enables or disables the TCP timestamp options to measure the round trip time to the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

server_sack

boolean

Specifies whether to support the server sack option in cookie responses by default.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

server_timestamp

boolean

Specifies whether to support the server timestamp option in cookie responses by default.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

boolean

Enables or disables software SYN cookie support when PVA10 is not present on the system.

This option is deprecated in version 13.0.0 and is replaced by syn_cookie_enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

strip_sack

boolean

Specifies whether you want to block the TCP SackOK option from passing to the server on an initiating SYN.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

boolean

Enables syn-cookies capability on this virtual server.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

integer

Specifies a maximum segment size (MSS) for server connections when SYN Cookie is enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2000

boolean

Specifies whether or not to use a SYN Cookie WhiteList when doing software SYN Cookies.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

tcp_close_timeout

integer

Specifies a TCP close timeout in seconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

tcp_handshake_timeout

integer

Specifies a TCP handshake timeout in seconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

tcp_time_wait_timeout

integer

Specifies a TCP time_wait timeout in milliseconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 60

tcp_timestamp_mode

string

Specifies how you want to handle the TCP timestamp.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

tcp_window_scale_mode

string

Specifies how you want to handle the TCP window scale.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

timeout_recovery

string

Specifies late binding timeout recovery mode. This is the action to take when late binding timeout occurs on a connection.

When disconnect, only the L7 iRule actions are acceptable to pick a server.

When fallback, the normal FastL4 load balancing methods are acceptable to pick a server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fallback”

ttl_mode

string

Describes the outgoing TCP packet’s IP Header TTL mode.

When proxy, sets the outgoing IP Header TTL value to 255/64 for IPv4/IPv6 respectively.

When preserve, sets the outgoing IP Header TTL value to be same as the incoming IP Header TTL value.

When decrement, sets the outgoing IP Header TTL value to be one less than the incoming TTL value.

When set, sets the outgoing IP Header TTL value to a specific value (as specified by ttl_v4 or ttl_v6.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

ttl_v4

integer

Specifies the outgoing packet’s IP Header TTL value for IPv4 traffic.

Maximum value is 255.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

ttl_v6

integer

Specify the outgoing packet’s IP Header TTL value for IPv6. traffic.

Maximum value is 255.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

gateway_icmp_monitors

complex

Gateway ICMP monitor related information.

Returned: When gateway-icmp-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

adaptive

boolean

Whether adaptive response time monitoring is enabled for this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

adaptive_divergence_type

string

Specifies whether the adaptive-divergence-value is relative or absolute.

Returned: queried

Sample: “relative”

adaptive_divergence_value

integer

Specifies how far from mean latency each monitor probe is allowed to be.

Returned: queried

Sample: 25

adaptive_limit

integer

Specifies the hard limit, in milliseconds, which the probe is not allowed to exceed, regardless of the divergence value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

adaptive_sampling_timespan

integer

Specifies the size of the sliding window, in seconds, which records probe history.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/gateway_icmp”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to (B)up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “gateway_icmp”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “gateway_icmp”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

gtm_pools

complex

GTM pool related information.

Every “type” of pool has the exact same list of possible information. Therefore, the list of information here is presented once instead of 6 times.

Returned: When any of gtm-pools or gtm-*-pools is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

alternate_mode

string

The load balancing mode the system uses to load balance name resolution requests among the members of the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “drop-packet”

disabled

boolean

Specifies the pool is disabled.

Returned: queried

dynamic_ratio

boolean

Specifies whether the dynamic ratio load balancing algorithm is enabled for this pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

enabled

boolean

Specifies the pool is enabled.

Returned: queried

fallback_mode

string

Specifies the load balancing mode the system uses to load balance name resolution among the pool members if the preferred and alternate modes are unsuccessful in picking a pool.

Returned: queried

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/pool1”

load_balancing_mode

string

Specifies the preferred load balancing mode the system uses to load balance requests across pool members.

Returned: queried

manual_resume

boolean

Whether manual resume is enabled for this pool.

Returned: queried

max_answers_returned

integer

Maximum number of available virtual servers the system lists in a response.

Returned: queried

members

dictionary

Lists of members (and their configurations) in the pool.

Returned: queried

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pool1”

partition

string

Partition on which the pool exists.

Returned: queried

qos_hit_ratio

integer

Weight of the Hit Ratio performance factor for the QoS dynamic load balancing method.

Returned: queried

qos_hops

integer

Weight of the Hops performance factor when load balancing mode or fallback mode is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_kilobytes_second

integer

Weight assigned to the Kilobytes per Second performance factor when the load balancing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_lcs

integer

Weight assigned to the Link Capacity performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_packet_rate

integer

Weight assigned to the Packet Rate performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_rtt

integer

Weight assigned to the Round Trip Time performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_topology

integer

Weight assigned to the Topology performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_vs_capacity

integer

Weight assigned to the Virtual Server performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

qos_vs_score

integer

Weight assigned to the Virtual Server Score performance factor when the load balacing option is QoS.

Returned: queried

ttl

integer

Number of seconds the IP address, once found, is valid.

Returned: queried

verify_member_availability

boolean

Whether or not the system verifies the availability of the members before sending a connection to them.

Returned: queried

gtm_servers

complex

GTM server related information.

Returned: When gtm-servers is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

addresses

dictionary

Specifies the server IP addresses.

Returned: queried

datacenter

string

Full name of the datacenter to which this server belongs.

Returned: queried

devices

dictionary

Specifies the names of the devices that represent this server.

Returned: queried

disabled

boolean

Specifies the server is disabled.

Returned: queried

enabled

boolean

Specifies the server is enabled.

Returned: queried

expose_route_domains

boolean

Allow the GTM server to auto-discover the LTM virtual servers from all route domains.

Returned: queried

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/server1”

iq_allow_path

boolean

Whether the GTM uses this BIG-IP system to conduct a path probe before delegating traffic to it.

Returned: queried

iq_allow_service_check

boolean

Whether the GTM uses this BIG-IP system to conduct a service check probe before delegating traffic to it.

Returned: queried

iq_allow_snmp

boolean

Whether the GTM uses this BIG-IP system to conduct an SNMP probe before delegating traffic to it.

Returned: queried

limit_cpu_usage

integer

For a server configured as a generic host, specifies the percent of CPU usage, otherwise this has no effect.

Returned: queried

limit_cpu_usage_status

boolean

Whether limit_cpu_usage is enabled for this server.

Returned: queried

limit_max_bps

integer

Maximum allowable data throughput rate in bits per second for this server.

Returned: queried

limit_max_bps_status

boolean

Whether limit_max_bps is enabled for this server.

Returned: queried

limit_max_connections

integer

Maximum number of concurrent connections, combined, for this server.

Returned: queried

limit_max_connections_status

boolean

Whether limit_max_connections is enabled for this server.

Returned: success

limit_max_pps

integer

Maximum allowable data transfer rate for this server, in packets per second.

Returned: queried

limit_max_pps_status

boolean

Whether limit_max_pps is enabled for this server.

Returned: queried

limit_mem_available

integer

For a server configured as a generic host, specifies the available memory required by the virtual servers on the server.

If available memory falls below this limit, the system marks the server as unavailable.

Returned: queried

limit_mem_available_status

boolean

Whether limit_mem_available is enabled for this server.

Returned: queried

string

Specifies whether the system auto-discovers the links for this server.

Returned: queried

monitor_type

string

Whether one or more monitors need to pass, or all monitors need to pass.

Returned: queried

Sample: “and_list”

monitors

list / elements=string

Specifies health monitors that the system uses to determine whether this server is available for load balancing.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/https_443”, “/Common/icmp”]

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “server1”

prober_fallback

string

The type of prober to use to monitor this server’s resources when the preferred type is not available.

Returned: queried

prober_preference

string

Specifies the type of prober to use to monitor this server’s resources.

Returned: queried

product

string

Specifies the server type.

Returned: queried

virtual_server_discovery

string

Whether the system auto-discovers the virtual servers for this server.

Returned: queried

virtual_servers

dictionary

Specifies the virtual servers that are resources for this server.

Returned: queried

gtm_topology_regions

complex

GTM regions related information.

Returned: When gtm-topology-regions is specified in gather_subset

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/region1”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “region1”

region_members

complex

The list of region members.

Returned: success

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

continent

string

The name of one of the seven continents in ISO format, along with the Unknown setting.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “AF”

country

string

The country name returned as an ISO country code.

Valid country codes can be found here https://countrycode.org/.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “US”

datacenter

string

The name of a GTM data center already defined in the configuration.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “/Common/dc1”

geo_isp

string

Specifies a geolocation ISP.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “/Common/FOO_ISP”

isp

string

Specifies an Internet service provider.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “/Common/AOL”

negate

boolean

Indicates if the region member is a IS-NOT negative. In a BIG-IP configuration, the region members can be IS or IS-NOT.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: true

pool

string

The name of a GTM pool already defined in the configuration.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “/Common/pool1”

region

string

The name of region already defined in the configuration.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “/Common/region1”

state

string

The state in a given country.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “AD/Sant Julia de Loria”

subnet

string

An IP address and network mask in the CIDR format.

Returned: when configured for the region member.

Sample: “10.10.10.0/24”

gtm_wide_ips

complex

GTM Wide IP related information.

Every “type” of Wide IP has the exact same list of possible information. Therefore, the list of information here is presented once instead of 6 times.

Returned: When any of gtm-wide-ips or gtm-*-wide-ips is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

description

string

Description of the Wide IP.

Returned: queried

disabled

boolean

Whether the Wide IP is disabled.

Returned: queried

enabled

boolean

Whether the Wide IP is enabled.

Returned: queried

failure_rcode

integer

Specifies the DNS RCODE used when failure_rcode_response is yes.

Returned: queried

failure_rcode_response

boolean

When yes, specifies the system returns a RCODE response to Wide IP requests after exhausting all load balancing methods.

Returned: queried

failure_rcode_ttl

integer

Specifies the negative caching TTL of the SOA for the RCODE response.

Returned: queried

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/wide1”

last_resort_pool

string

Specifies which pool, as listed in Pool List, for the system to use as the last resort pool for the Wide IP.

Returned: queried

minimal_response

string

Specifies the system forms the smallest allowable DNS response to a query.

Returned: queried

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “wide1”

persist_cidr_ipv4

integer

Specifies the number of bits the system uses to identify IPv4 addresses when persistence is enabled.

Returned: queried

persist_cidr_ipv6

integer

Specifies the number of bits the system uses to identify IPv6 addresses when persistence is enabled.

Returned: queried

pool_lb_mode

string

Specifies the load balancing method used to select a pool in this Wide IP.

Returned: queried

pools

dictionary

Specifies the pools this Wide IP uses for load balancing.

Returned: queried

ttl_persistence

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the length of time for which the persistence entry is valid.

Returned: queried

http_monitors

complex

HTTP monitor related information.

Returned: When http-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

adaptive

boolean

Whether adaptive response time monitoring is enabled for this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

adaptive_divergence_type

string

Specifies whether the adaptive-divergence-value is relative or absolute.

Returned: queried

Sample: “relative”

adaptive_divergence_value

integer

Specifies how far from mean latency each monitor probe is allowed to be.

Returned: queried

Sample: 25

adaptive_limit

integer

Specifies the hard limit, in milliseconds, which the probe is not allowed to exceed, regardless of the divergence value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

adaptive_sampling_timespan

integer

Specifies the size of the sliding window, in seconds, which records probe history.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/http”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

ip_dscp

integer

Specifies the differentiated services code point (DSCP).

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to (B)up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

receive_disable_string

string

Specifies a text string the monitor looks for in the returned resource. If the text string is matched in the returned resource, the corresponding node or pool member is marked session disabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “check disable string”

receive_string

string

Specifies the text string the monitor looks for in the returned resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “check string”

reverse

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in reverse mode. When the monitor is in reverse mode, a successful check marks the monitored object down instead of up.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

send_string

string

Specifies the text string the monitor sends to the target object.

Returned: queried

Sample: “GET /\\r\\n”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

username

string

Specifies the username, if the monitored target requires authentication.

Returned: queried

Sample: “user1”

http_profiles

complex

HTTP profile related information.

Returned: When http-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

accept_xff

boolean

Enables or disables trusting the client IP address, and statistics from the client IP address, based on the request’s X-Forwarded-For (XFF) headers, if they exist.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

allow_truncated_redirects

boolean

Specifies the pass-through behavior when a redirect lacking the trailing carriage-return and line feed pair at the end of the headers is parsed.

When no, the system will silently drop the invalid HTTP.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

default_connect_handling

string

Specifies the behavior of the proxy service when handling outbound requests.

Returned: queried

Sample: “deny”

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

excess_client_headers

string

Specifies the pass-through behavior when the max_header_count value is exceeded by the client.

When reject, the system rejects the connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reject”

excess_server_headers

string

Specifies the pass-through behavior when max_header_count value is exceeded by the server.

When reject, the system rejects the connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reject”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/http”

hsts_enabled

boolean

When yes, enables the HTTP Strict Transport Security settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

hsts_include_subdomains

boolean

When yes, applies the HSTS policy to the HSTS host and its subdomains.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

insert_xforwarded_for

boolean

When yes, specifies the system inserts an X-Forwarded-For header in an HTTP request with the client IP address, to use with connection pooling.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

known_methods

list / elements=string

Optimizes the behavior of a known HTTP method in the list.

The default methods include the following HTTP/1.1 methods. CONNECT, DELETE, GET, HEAD, LOCK, OPTIONS, POST, PROPFIND, PUT, TRACE, UNLOCK.

If a known method is deleted from the known_methods list, the BIG-IP system applies the unknown_method setting to manage that traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“CONNECT”, “DELETE”, “…”]

lws_max_columns

integer

Specifies the maximum column width for any given line, when inserting an HTTP header in an HTTP request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 80

max_header_count

integer

Specifies the maximum number of headers the system supports.

Returned: queried

Sample: 64

max_header_size

integer

Specifies the maximum size, in bytes, the system allows for all HTTP request headers combined, including the request line.

Returned: queried

Sample: 32768

max_requests

integer

Specifies the number of requests the system accepts on a per-connection basis.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

onconnect_transformations

boolean

When yes, specifies the system performs HTTP header transformations for the purpose of keeping connections open.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

oversize_client_headers

string

Specifies the pass-through behavior when the max_header_size value is exceeded by the client.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reject”

oversize_server_headers

string

Specifies the pass-through behavior when the max_header_size value is exceeded by the server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reject”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

pipeline_action

string

Enables or disables HTTP/1.1 pipelining.

Returned: queried

Sample: “allow”

proxy_mode

string

Specifies the proxy mode for this profile. Either reverse, explicit, or transparent.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reverse”

redirect_rewrite

string

Specifies whether the system rewrites the URIs that are part of HTTP redirect (3XX) responses.

Returned: queried

Sample: “none”

request_chunking

string

Specifies how the system handles HTTP content that is chunked by a client.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

response_chunking

string

Specifies how the system handles HTTP content that is chunked by a server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “selective”

server_agent_name

string

Specifies the string used as the server name in traffic generated by LTM.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BigIP”

sflow_poll_interval

integer

The maximum interval in seconds between two pollings.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

sflow_sampling_rate

integer

Specifies the ratio of packets observed to the samples generated.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

unknown_method

string

Specifies the behavior (allow, reject, or pass through) when an unknown HTTP method is parsed.

Returned: queried

Sample: “allow”

via_request

string

Specifies whether to Remove, Preserve, or Append Via headers included in a client request to an origin web server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

via_response

string

Specifies whether to Remove, Preserve, or Append Via headers included in an origin web server response to a client.

Returned: queried

Sample: “preserve”

https_monitors

complex

HTTPS monitor related information.

Returned: When https-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

adaptive

boolean

Whether adaptive response time monitoring is enabled for this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

adaptive_divergence_type

string

Specifies whether the adaptive-divergence-value is relative or absolute.

Returned: queried

Sample: “relative”

adaptive_divergence_value

integer

Specifies how far from mean latency each monitor probe is allowed to be.

Returned: queried

Sample: 25

adaptive_limit

integer

Specifies the hard limit, in milliseconds, which the probe is not allowed to exceed, regardless of the divergence value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

adaptive_sampling_timespan

integer

Specifies the size of the sliding window, in seconds, which records probe history.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/http”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

ip_dscp

integer

Specifies the differentiated services code point (DSCP).

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “http”

receive_disable_string

string

Specifies a text string the monitor looks for in the returned resource. If the text string is matched in the returned resource, the corresponding node or pool member is marked session disabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “check disable string”

receive_string

string

Specifies the text string the monitor looks for in the returned resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “check string”

reverse

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in reverse mode. When the monitor is in reverse mode, a successful check marks the monitored object down instead of up.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

send_string

string

Specifies the text string the monitor sends to the target object.

Returned: queried

Sample: “GET /\\r\\n”

ssl_profile

string

Specifies the SSL profile to use for the HTTPS monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/serverssl”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

username

string

Specifies the username, if the monitored target requires authentication.

Returned: queried

Sample: “user1”

iapp_services

complex

iApp v1 service related information.

Returned: When iapp-services is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

description

string

Description of the service.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My service”

device_group

string

The device group the iApp service is part of.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/dg1”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/service1”

inherited_device_group

boolean

Whether the device group is inherited or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

inherited_traffic_group

boolean

Whether the traffic group is inherited or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

lists

list / elements=string

List of the lists data used to create the service.

Returned: queried

Sample: [{“name”: “irules__irules”}, {“value”: []}, “…”]

metadata

list / elements=string

List of the metadata data used to create the service.

Returned: queried

Sample: [{“name”: “var1”}, {“persist”: “true”}, “…”]

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “service1”

strict_updates

boolean

Whether strict updates are enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

tables

list / elements=string

List of the tabular data used to create the service.

Returned: queried

Sample: [{“name”: “basic__snatpool_members”}, “…”]

template_modified

boolean

Whether template the service is based on is modified from its default value, or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

traffic_group

string

Traffic group the service is a part of.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/tg”

variables

list / elements=string

List of the variable data used to create the service.

Returned: queried

Sample: [{“name”: “afm__policy”}, {“encrypted”: “no”}, {“value”: “/#no_not_use#”}, “…”]

icmp_monitors

complex

ICMP monitor related information.

Returned: When icmp-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

adaptive

boolean

Whether adaptive response time monitoring is enabled for this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

adaptive_divergence_type

string

Specifies whether the adaptive-divergence-value is relative or absolute.

Returned: queried

Sample: “relative”

adaptive_divergence_value

integer

Specifies how far from mean latency each monitor probe is allowed to be.

Returned: queried

Sample: 25

adaptive_limit

integer

Specifies the hard limit, in milliseconds, which the probe is not allowed to exceed, regardless of the divergence value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

adaptive_sampling_timespan

integer

Specifies the size of the sliding window, in seconds, which records probe history.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/icmp”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to (B)up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: success

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “icmp”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “icmp”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

interfaces

complex

Interface related information.

Returned: When interfaces is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

active_media_type

string

Displays the current media setting for the interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: “100TX-FD”

bundle

string

The bundle capability on the port.

Returned: queried

Sample: “not-supported”

bundle_speed

string

The bundle-speed on the port when bundle capability is enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “100G”

description

string

Description of the interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My interface”

enabled

boolean

Whether the interface is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

flow_control

string

Specifies how the system controls the sending of PAUSE frames for flow control.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tx-rx”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/interface1”

if_index

integer

The index assigned to this interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: 32

lldp_admin

string

Sets the sending or receiving of LLDP packets on that interface. Should be one of disable, txonly, rxonly or txrx.

Returned: queried

Sample: “txonly”

mac_address

string

Displays the 6-byte ethernet address in non-case-sensitive hexadecimal colon notation.

Returned: queried

Sample: “00:0b:09:88:00:9a”

media_sfp

string

The settings for an SFP (pluggable) interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: “auto”

mtu

integer

Displays the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of the interface, which is the maximum number of bytes in a frame without IP fragmentation.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1500

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “interface1”

prefer_port

string

Indicates which side of a combo port the interface uses, if both sides of the port have the potential for external links.

Returned: queried

Sample: “sfp”

sflow_poll_interval

integer

Specifies the maximum interval in seconds between two pollings.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

sflow_poll_interval_global

boolean

Specifies whether the global interface poll-interval setting overrides the object-level poll-interval setting.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

stp_auto_edge_port

boolean

STP edge port detection.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

stp_enabled

boolean

Whether STP is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

string

Specifies the STP link type for the interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: “auto”

irules

complex

iRule related information.

Returned: When irules is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

checksum

string

Checksum of the iRule as calculated by BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e”

definition

string

The actual definition of the iRule.

Returned: queried

Sample: “when HTTP_REQUEST …”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/irule1”

ignore_verification

boolean

Whether the verification of the iRule should be ignored or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “irule1”

signature

string

The calculated signature of the iRule.

Returned: queried

Sample: “WsYy2M6xMqvosIKIEH/FSsvhtWMe6xKOA6i7f…”

ltm_policies

complex

List of LTM (Local Traffic Manager) policies.

Returned: When ltm-policies is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

controls

list / elements=string

Aspects of the system controlled by this policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“forwarding”]

description

string

Description of the policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My policy”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/policy1”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “policy1”

requires

list / elements=string

Aspects of the system required by this policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“http”]

rules

complex

List of LTM (Local Traffic Manager) policy rules.

Returned: when rules are defined in the policy.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

actions

complex

The actions the policy will take when a match is encountered.

Returned: when actions are defined in the rule.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

http_reply

boolean

Indicates if the action affects a reply to a given HTTP request.

Returned: when defined in the action.

Sample: true

location

string

This action will come from the given location.

Returned: when defined in the action.

Sample: “tcl:https://[getfield [HTTP::host] \\\”:\\\” 1][HTTP::uri]”

redirect

boolean

This action will redirect a request.

Returned: when defined in the action.

Sample: false

request

boolean

This policy action is performed on connection requests.

Returned: when defined in the action.

Sample: false

conditions

complex

The conditions a policy will match on.

Returned: when conditions are defined in the rule.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

address

boolean

This condition matches on a TCP address.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

all

boolean

Matches all.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

case_insensitive

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is case insensitive.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

case_sensitive

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is case sensitive.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

contains_string

boolean

Specifies the value matches if it contains a certain string.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

datagroup

string

This condition matches on an HTTP URI.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: “/Common/policy_using_datagroup”

external

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is from the external side of a connection.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

http_basic_auth

boolean

This condition matches on basic HTTP authorization.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

http_host

boolean

This condition matches on an HTTP host.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

http_uri

boolean

This condition matches on an HTTP URI.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

matches

boolean

This condition matches on an address.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

proxy_connect

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is proxyConnect.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

proxy_request

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is proxyRequest.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

remote

boolean

Specifies the value matched on is remote.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

request

boolean

This policy matches on a request.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

tcp

boolean

This condition matches on TCP parameters.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: false

username

boolean

Matches on a username.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: true

values

list / elements=string

The specified values will be matched on.

Returned: when defined in the condition.

Sample: [“foo.bar.com”, “baz.cool.com”]

status

string

Indicates published or draft policy status.

Returned: queried

Sample: “draft”

strategy

string

The match strategy for the policy.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/first-match”

ltm_pools

complex

List of LTM (Local Traffic Manager) pools.

Returned: When ltm-pools is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

active_member_count

integer

The number of active pool members in the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

all_avg_queue_entry_age

integer

Average queue entry age, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

all_max_queue_entry_age_ever

integer

Maximum queue entry age ever, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

all_max_queue_entry_age_recently

integer

Maximum queue entry age recently, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

all_num_connections_queued_now

integer

Number of connections queued now, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 20

all_num_connections_serviced

integer

Number of connections serviced, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 15

all_queue_head_entry_age

integer

Queue head entry age, for both the pool and its members.

Returned: queried

Sample: 4

allow_nat

boolean

Whether NATs are automatically enabled or disabled for any connections using this pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

allow_snat

boolean

Whether SNATs are automatically enabled or disabled for any connections using this pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

availability_status

string

The availability of the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “offline”

available_member_count

integer

The number of available pool members in the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 4

client_ip_tos

string

Whether the system sets a Type of Service (ToS) level within a packet sent to the client, based on the targeted pool.

Values can range from 0 to 255, or be set to pass-through or mimic.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”

string

Whether the system sets a Quality of Service (QoS) level within a packet sent to the client, based on the targeted pool.

Values can range from 0 to 7, or be set to pass-through.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”

current_sessions

integer

Current sessions.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

description

string

Description of the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “my pool”

enabled_status

string

The enabled status of the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “enabled”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/pool1”

ignore_persisted_weight

boolean

Specifies not to count the weight of persisted connections on pool members when making load balancing decisions.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

lb_method

string

Load balancing method used by the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “round-robin”

member_count

integer

Total number of members in the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 50

members

complex

List of LTM (Local Traffic Manager) pools.

Returned: when members exist in the pool.

address

string

IP address of the pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: “1.1.1.1”

connection_limit

integer

The maximum number of concurrent connections allowed for a pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

description

string

The description of the pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pool member 1”

dynamic_ratio

integer

A range of numbers you want the system to use in conjunction with the ratio load balancing method.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

encapsulation_profile

string

The encapsulation profile to use for the pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ip4ip4”

ephemeral

boolean

Whether the node backing the pool member is ephemeral or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

fqdn_autopopulate

boolean

Whether the node should scale to the IP address set returned by DNS.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Includes the port in the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/member:80”

inherit_profile

boolean

Whether the pool member inherits the encapsulation profile from the parent pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

logging

boolean

Whether the monitor applied should log its actions.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

monitors

list / elements=string

The Monitors active on the pool member. Monitor names are in their “full_path” form.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/http”]

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “member:80”

partition

string

Partition the member exists on.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Common”

priority_group

integer

The priority group within the pool for this pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

rate_limit

boolean

The maximum number of connections per second allowed for a pool member.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

ratio

integer

The weight of the pool for load balancing purposes.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

session

string

Enables or disables the pool member for new sessions.

Returned: queried

Sample: “monitor-enabled”

state

string

Controls the state of the pool member, overriding any monitors.

Returned: queried

Sample: “down”

metadata

dictionary

Dictionary of arbitrary key/value pairs set on the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

minimum_active_members

integer

Whether the system load balances traffic according to the priority number assigned to the pool member.

This parameter is identical to priority_group_activation and is just an alias for it.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

minimum_up_members

integer

The minimum number of pool members that must be up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

minimum_up_members_action

string

The action to take if the minimum_up_members_checking is enabled and the number of active pool members falls below the number specified in minimum_up_members.

Returned: queried

Sample: “failover”

minimum_up_members_checking

boolean

Enables or disables the minimum_up_members feature.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pool1”

pool_avg_queue_entry_age

integer

Average queue entry age, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

pool_max_queue_entry_age_ever

integer

Maximum queue entry age ever, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

pool_max_queue_entry_age_recently

integer

Maximum queue entry age recently, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

pool_num_connections_queued_now

integer

Number of connections queued now, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 20

pool_num_connections_serviced

integer

Number of connections serviced, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 15

pool_queue_head_entry_age

integer

Queue head entry age, for the pool only.

Returned: queried

Sample: 4

priority_group_activation

integer

Whether the system load balances traffic according to the priority number assigned to the pool member.

This parameter is identical to minimum_active_members and is just an alias for it.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2

queue_depth_limit

integer

The maximum number of connections that may simultaneously be queued to go to any member of this pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

queue_on_connection_limit

boolean

Enable or disable queuing connections when pool member or node connection limits are reached.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

queue_time_limit

integer

Specifies the maximum time, in milliseconds, a connection will remain queued.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

real_session

string

The actual REST API value for the session attribute.

This is different from the state return value, as the return value can be considered a generalization of all available sessions, instead of the specific value of the session.

Returned: queried

Sample: “monitor-enabled”

real_state

string

The actual REST API value for the state attribute.

This is different from the state return value, as the return value can be considered a generalization of all available states, instead of the specific value of the state.

Returned: queried

Sample: “up”

reselect_tries

integer

The number of times the system tries to contact a pool member after a passive failure.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

server_ip_tos

string

The Type of Service (ToS) level to use when sending packets to a server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”

string

The Quality of Service (QoS) level to use when sending packets to a server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”

server_side_bits_in

integer

Number of server-side ingress bits.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

server_side_bits_out

integer

Number of server-side egress bits.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

server_side_current_connections

integer

Number of current connections server-side.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

server_side_max_connections

integer

Maximum number of connections server-side.

Returned: queried

Sample: 40

server_side_pkts_in

integer

Number of server-side ingress packets.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1098384

server_side_pkts_out

integer

Number of server-side egress packets.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3484734

server_side_total_connections

integer

Total number of server-side connections.

Returned: queried

Sample: 24

service_down_action

string

The action to take if the service specified in the pool is marked down.

Returned: queried

Sample: “none”

slow_ramp_time

integer

The ramp time for the pool.

This provides the ability for a pool member that is newly enabled or marked up to receive proportionally less traffic than other members in the pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

status_reason

string

If there is a problem with the status of the pool, it is reported here.

Returned: queried

Sample: “The children pool member(s) are down.”

total_requests

integer

Total requests.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8

management_routes

complex

Management route related information.

Returned: When management-routes is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

description

string

User defined description of the route.

Returned: queried

Sample: “route-1-external”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default”

gateway

string

The gateway IP address through which the system forwards packets to the destination.

Returned: queried

Sample: “192.168.0.1”

mtu

string

The maximum transmission unit for the management interface.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “default”

network

string

The destination subnet and netmask, also specified as default or default-inet6.

Returned: queried

Sample: “default”

nodes

complex

Node related information.

Returned: When nodes is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

address

string

IP address of the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2.3.4.5”

availability_status

string

The availability of the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: “offline”

connection_limit

integer

Maximum number of connections the node can handle.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

description

string

Description of the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My node”

dynamic_ratio

integer

Dynamic ratio number for the node used when doing Dynamic Ratio load balancing.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

enabled_status

string

The enabled status of the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: “enabled”

fqdn_address_type

string

The address family of the automatically created ephemeral nodes.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ipv4”

fqdn_auto_populate

boolean

Indicates if the system automatically creates ephemeral nodes using DNS discovered IPs.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

fqdn_down_interval

integer

The interval in which a query occurs when the DNS server is down.

Returned: queried

Sample: 15

fqdn_name

string

FQDN name of the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: “sample.host.foo.com”

fqdn_up_interval

integer

The interval at which a query occurs when the DNS server is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3600

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/5.6.7.8”

monitor_rule

string

A string representation of the full monitor rule.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/https_443 and /Common/icmp”

monitor_status

string

Status of the node as reported by the monitor(s) associated with it.

This value is also used in determining node state.

Returned: queried

Sample: “down”

monitor_type

string

The monitor_type field related to the bigip_node module, for this nodes monitors.

Returned: queried

Sample: “and_list”

monitors

list / elements=string

A list of the monitors identified in the monitor_rule.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/https_443”, “/Common/icmp”]

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “5.6.7.8”

rate_limit

integer

Maximum number of connections per second allowed for the node.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

ratio

integer

Fixed size ratio used for node during Ratio load balancing.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

session_status

string

This value is also used in determining node state.

Returned: queried

Sample: “enabled”

status_reason

string

If there is a problem with the status of the node, it is reported here.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/https_443 No successful responses received…”

oneconnect_profiles

complex

OneConnect profile related information.

Returned: When oneconnect-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/oneconnect”

idle_timeout_override

integer

Specifies the number of seconds that a connection is idle before the connection flow is eligible for deletion.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

limit_type

string

When none, simultaneous in-flight requests and responses over TCP connections to a pool member are counted toward the limit.

When idle, idle connections will be dropped as the TCP connection limit is reached.

When strict, the TCP connection limit is honored with no exceptions. This means idle connections will prevent new TCP connections from being made until they expire, even if they could otherwise be reused.

Returned: queried

Sample: “idle”

max_age

integer

Specifies the maximum age, in seconds, of a connection in the connection reuse pool.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

max_reuse

integer

Specifies the maximum number of times a server connection can be reused.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

max_size

integer

Specifies the maximum number of connections the system holds in the connection reuse pool.

If the pool is already full, then the server connection closes after the response is completed.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “oneconnect”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “oneconnect”

share_pools

boolean

Indicates connections may be shared not only within a virtual server, but also among similar virtual servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

source_mask

string

Specifies a source IP mask.

If no mask is provided, the value any6 is used.

Returned: queried

Sample: “255.255.255.0”

partitions

complex

Partition related information.

Returned: When partitions is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

default_route_domain

integer

ID of the route domain that is associated with the IP addresses that reside in the partition.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

description

string

Description of the partition.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Tenant 1”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Common”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Common”

provision_info

complex

Module provisioning related information.

Returned: When provision-info is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

cpu_ratio

integer

Ratio of CPU allocated to this module.

Only relevant if level was specified as custom. Otherwise, this value will be reported as 0.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

disk_ratio

integer

Ratio of disk allocated to this module.

Only relevant if level was specified as custom. Otherwise, this value will be reported as 0.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “asm”

level

integer

Provisioned level of the module on BIG-IP.

Valid return values can include none, minimum, nominal, dedicated and custom.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

memory_ratio

integer

Ratio of memory allocated to this module.

Only relevant if level was specified as custom. Otherwise, this value will be reported as 0.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “asm”

remote_syslog

complex

Remote Syslog related information.

Returned: When remote-syslog is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

servers

complex

Configured remote syslog servers.

Returned: queried

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

local_ip

string

The local IP address of the remote syslog server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “10.10.10.10”

name

string

Name of remote syslog server as configured on the system.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/foobar1”

remote_host

string

The IP address or hostname of the remote syslog server.

Returned: queried

Sample: “192.168.1.1”

remote_port

integer

Remote port of the remote syslog server.

Returned: queried

Sample: 514

route_domains

complex

Route domain related information.

Returned: When self-ips is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

bwc_policy

string

The bandwidth controller for the route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/foo”

connection_limit

integer

The new connection limit for the route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

description

string

Description of the Route Domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My route domain”

flow_eviction_policy

string

The new eviction policy to use with this route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default-eviction-policy”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/rd1”

id

integer

The unique identifying integer representing the route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “rd1”

parent

string

The route domain the system searches when it cannot find a route in the configured domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

routing_protocol

list / elements=string

List of routing protocols applied to the route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“bfd”, “bgp”]

service_policy

string

The new service policy to use with this route domain.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common-my-service-policy”

strict

string

The new strict isolation setting.

Returned: queried

Sample: “enabled”

vlans

list / elements=string

List of new VLANs the route domain is applied to.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/http-tunnel”, “/Common/socks-tunnel”]

self_ips

complex

Self IP related information.

Returned: When self-ips is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

allow_access_list

list / elements=string

List of protocols, and optionally their ports, that are allowed to access the Self IP. Also known as port-lockdown in the web interface.

Items in the list are in the format of “protocol:port”. Some items may not have a port associated with them and in those cases the port is 0.

Returned: queried

Sample: [”tcp:80”, “egp:0”]

description

string

Description of the Self IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My self-ip”

floating

boolean

Whether the Self IP is a floating address or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/self1”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “self1”

netmask

string

Netmask portion of the IP address, in dotted notation.

Returned: queried

Sample: “255.255.255.0”

netmask_cidr

integer

Netmask portion of the IP address, in CIDR notation.

Returned: queried

Sample: 24

service_policy

string

Service policy assigned to the Self IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/service1”

traffic_group

string

Traffic group the Self IP is associated with.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/traffic-group-local-only”

traffic_group_inherited

boolean

Whether or not the traffic group is inherited.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

vlan

string

VLAN associated with the Self IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/vlan1”

server_ssl_profiles

complex

Server SSL related information.

Returned: When server-ssl-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

alert_timeout

string

Maximum time period in seconds to keep the SSL session active after an alert message is sent, or indefinite.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

allow_expired_crl

boolean

Use the specified CRL file, even if it has expired.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

authenticate_depth

integer

The client certificate chain maximum traversal depth

Returned: queried

Sample: 9

authenticate_name

string

Common Name (CN) embedded in a server certificate.

The system authenticates a server based on the specified CN.

Returned: queried

Sample: “foo”

authentication_frequency

string

Specifies the frequency of authentication.

Returned: queried

Sample: “once”

bypass_on_client_cert_fail

boolean

Enables or disables SSL forward proxy bypass on failing to get client certificate that the server asks for.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

bypass_on_handshake_alert

boolean

Enables or disables SSL forward proxy bypass on receiving handshake_failure, protocol_version or unsupported_extension alert message during the serverside SSL handshake.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

c3d_ca_cert

string

Name of the certificate file used as the certification authority certificate when SSL client certificate constrained delegation is enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/cacert.crt”

c3d_ca_key

string

Name of the key file used as the certification authority key when SSL client certificate constrained delegation is enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.key”

c3d_cert_extension_includes

list / elements=string

Extensions of the client certificates to be included in the generated certificates using SSL client certificate constrained delegation.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“basic-constraints”, “extended-key-usage”, “…”]

c3d_cert_lifespan

integer

Lifespan of the certificate generated using the SSL client certificate constrained delegation.

Returned: queried

Sample: 24

ca_file

string

Certificate authority file name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “default.crt”

cache_size

integer

The SSL session cache size.

Returned: queried

Sample: 262144

cache_timeout

integer

The SSL session cache timeout value, which is the usable lifetime seconds of negotiated SSL session IDs.

Returned: queried

Sample: 86400

cert

string

The name of the certificate installed on the traffic management system for the purpose of terminating or initiating an SSL connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.crt”

chain

string

Specifies or builds a certificate chain file that a client can use to authenticate the profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.crt”

cipher_group

string

Specifies a cipher group.

Returned: queried

ciphers

string

Specifies a cipher name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “DEFAULT”

crl_file

string

Specifies the certificate revocation list file name.

Returned: queried

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

expire_cert_response_control

string

Specifies the BIGIP action when the server certificate has expired.

Returned: queried

Sample: “drop”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “serverssl”

generic_alert

boolean

Enables or disables generic-alert.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

handshake_timeout

string

Specifies the handshake timeout in seconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

key

string

Specifies the name of the key installed on the traffic management system for the purpose of terminating or initiating an SSL connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/default.key”

max_active_handshakes

string

Specifies the maximum number of allowed active SSL handshakes.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

mod_ssl_methods

boolean

Enables or disables ModSSL methods.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

mode

boolean

Enables or disables SSL processing.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “serverssl”

ocsp

string

Specifies the name of the OCSP profile for validating the status of the server certificate.

Returned: queried

options

list / elements=string

Enables options, including some industry-related workarounds.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“netscape-reuse-cipher-change-bug”, “dont-insert-empty-fragments”]

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “serverssl”

peer_cert_mode

string

Specifies the peer certificate mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: “ignore”

proxy_ssl

boolean

Allows further modification of application traffic within an SSL tunnel while still allowing the server to perform necessary authorization, authentication, auditing steps.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

proxy_ssl_passthrough

boolean

Allows Proxy SSL to passthrough the traffic when ciphersuite negotiated between the client and server is not supported.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

renegotiate_period

string

Number of seconds from the initial connect time after which the system renegotiates an SSL session.

Returned: queried

Sample: “indefinite”

renegotiate_size

string

Specifies a throughput size of SSL renegotiation, in megabytes.

Returned: queried

Sample: “indefinite”

renegotiation

boolean

Whether renegotiations are enabled.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

retain_certificate

boolean

APM module requires storing certificates in the SSL session. When no, a certificate will not be stored in the SSL session.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

secure_renegotiation

string

Specifies the secure renegotiation mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: “require”

server_name

string

Server name to be included in the SNI (server name indication) extension during SSL handshake in ClientHello.

Returned: queried

session_mirroring

boolean

Enables or disables the mirroring of sessions to the high availability peer.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

session_ticket

boolean

Enables or disables session-ticket.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

sni_default

boolean

When yes, this profile is the default SSL profile when the server name in a client connection does not match any configured server names, or a client connection does not specify any server name at all.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

sni_require

boolean

When yes, connections to a server that do not support SNI extension will be rejected.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

ssl_c3d

boolean

Enables or disables SSL Client certificate constrained delegation.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

ssl_forward_proxy_bypass

boolean

Enables or disables the ssl-forward-proxy-bypass feature.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

ssl_forward_proxy_enabled

boolean

Enables or disables the ssl-forward-proxy feature.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

ssl_sign_hash

string

Specifies the SSL sign hash algorithm which is used to sign and verify SSL Server Key Exchange and Certificate Verify messages for the specified SSL profiles.

Returned: queried

Sample: “sha1”

strict_resume

boolean

Enables or disables the resumption of SSL sessions after an unclean shutdown.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

unclean_shutdown

boolean

Specifies, when yes, that the SSL profile performs unclean shutdowns of all SSL connections. This means underlying TCP connections are closed without exchanging the required SSL shutdown alerts.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

untrusted_cert_response_control

string

Specifies the BIG-IP action when the server certificate has an untrusted CA.

Returned: queried

Sample: “drop”

software_hotfixes

complex

List of software hotfixes.

Returned: When software-hotfixes is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

build

string

Build number of the image.

This is usually a sub-string of the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “3.0.1679”

checksum

string

MD5 checksum of the image.

Note that this is the checksum stored inside the ISO. It is not the actual checksum of the ISO.

Returned: queried

Sample: “df1ec715d2089d0fa54c0c4284656a98”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Hotfix-BIGIP-13.0.0.3.0.1679-HF3.iso”

id

string

ID component of the image.

This is usually a sub-string of the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “HF3”

name

string

Name of the image.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Hotfix-BIGIP-13.0.0.3.0.1679-HF3.iso”

product

string

Product contained in the ISO.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP”

title

string

Human friendly name of the image.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Hotfix Version 3.0.1679”

verified

boolean

Specifies whether the system has verified this image.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

version

string

Version of software contained in the image.

This is a sub-string of the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “13.0.0”

software_images

complex

List of software images.

Returned: When software-images is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

build

string

Build number of the image.

This is usually a sub-string of the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “0.0.1”

build_date

string

Date of the build.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2018-05-05T15:26:30”

checksum

string

MD5 checksum of the image.

Note that this is the checksum stored inside the ISO. It is not the actual checksum of the ISO.

Returned: queried

Sample: “df1ec715d2089d0fa54c0c4284656a98”

file_size

integer

Size of the image, in megabytes.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1938

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIGIP-13.1.0.7-0.0.1.iso”

last_modified

string

Last modified date of the ISO.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2018-05-05T15:26:30”

name

string

Name of the image.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIGIP-13.1.0.7-0.0.1.iso”

product

string

Product contained in the ISO.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP”

verified

boolean

Whether or not the system has verified this image.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

version

string

Version of software contained in the image.

This is a sub-string of the name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “13.1.0.7”

software_volumes

complex

List of software volumes.

Returned: When software-volumes is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

active

boolean

Whether the volume is currently active or not.

An active volume contains the currently running version of software.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

base_build

string

Base build version of the software installed in the volume.

When a hotfix is installed, this refers to the base version of software that the hotfix requires.

Returned: queried

Sample: “0.0.6”

build

string

Build version of the software installed in the volume.

Returned: queried

Sample: “0.0.6”

default_boot_location

boolean

Whether this volume is the default boot location or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “HD1.1”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

This usually matches the full_name.

Returned: queried

Sample: “HD1.1”

product

string

The F5 product installed in this slot.

This should always be BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP”

status

string

Status of the software installed, or being installed, in the volume.

When complete, indicates the software has completed installing.

Returned: queried

Sample: “complete”

version

string

Version of software installed in the volume, excluding the build number.

Returned: queried

Sample: “13.1.0.4”

ssl_certs

complex

SSL certificate related information.

Returned: When ssl-certs is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

create_time

string

Specifies the time the file-object was created.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2018-05-15T21:11:15Z”

expiration_date

string

Specifies a string representation of the expiration date of the certificate.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Aug 13 21:21:29 2031 GMT”

expiration_timestamp

integer

Specifies the date this certificate expires. Stored as a POSIX time.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1944422489

fingerprint

string

Displays the SHA-256 fingerprint of the certificate.

Returned: queried

Sample: “SHA256/88:A3:05:…:59:01:EA:5D:B0”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/cert1”

is_bundle

boolean

Specifies whether the certificate file is a bundle (that is, whether it contains more than one certificate).

Returned: queried

Sample: false

issuer

string

Specifies X509 information of the certificate’s issuer.

Returned: queried

Sample:emailAddress=support@f5.com,…CN=support.f5.com,”

key_size

integer

Specifies the size (in bytes) of the file associated with this file object.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2048

key_type

string

Specifies the type of cryptographic key associated with this certificate.

Returned: queried

Sample: “rsa-private”

last_update_time

string

Specifies the last time the file-object was updated/modified.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2018-05-15T21:11:15Z”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “cert1”

serial_no

string

Specifies certificate’s serial number

Returned: queried

Sample: “1234567890”

sha1_checksum

string

SHA1 checksum of the certificate.

Returned: queried

Sample: “1306e84e1e6a2da53816cefe1f684b80d6be1e3e”

subject

string

Specifies X509 information of the certificate’s subject.

Returned: queried

Sample:emailAddress=support@f5.com,CN=…”

subject_alternative_name

string

Displays the Subject Alternative Name for the certificate.

The X509v3 Subject Alternative Name is embedded in the certificate for X509 extension purposes.

Returned: queried

Sample:DNS:www.example.com, DNS:www.example.internal.net

system_path

string

Path on the BIG-IP where the cert can be found.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/config/ssl/ssl.crt/f5-irule.crt”

ssl_keys

complex

SSL certificate related information.

Returned: When ssl-keys is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/key1”

key_size

integer

Specifies the size of the cryptographic key associated with this file object, in bits.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2048

key_type

string

Specifies the cryptographic type of the key. That is, which algorithm this key is compatible with.

Returned: queried

Sample: “rsa-private”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “key1”

security_type

string

Specifies the type of security used to handle or store the key.

Returned: queried

Sample: “normal”

sha1_checksum

string

The SHA1 checksum of the key.

Returned: queried

Sample: “1fcf7de3dd8e834d613099d8e10b2060cd9ecc9f”

system_path

string

The path on the filesystem where the key is stored.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/config/ssl/ssl.key/default.key”

sync_status

complex

Configuration Synchronization Status across all Device Groups.

Note that the sync-status works across all device groups - a specific device group cannot be queried for its sync-status.

In general the device-group with the ‘worst’ sync-status will be shown.

Returned: When sync-status is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

color

string

Sync status color.

Eg. red, blue, green, yellow

Returned: queried

Sample: “red”

details

list / elements=string

A list of all details provided for the current sync-status of the device

Returned: queried

Sample: [{“Optional action”: “Add a device to the trust domain”}]

mode

string

Device operation mode (high-availability, standalone)

Returned: queried

Sample: [“high-availability”, “standalone”]

string

The next recommended action to take on the current sync-status.

This field might be empty.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Synchronize bigip-a.example.com to group some-device-group”

status

string

Synchronization Status

Returned: queried

Sample: [“Changes Pending”, “In Sync”, “Standalone”, “Disconnected”]

summary

string

The configuration synchronization status summary

Returned: queried

Sample: [“The device group is awaiting the initial config sync”, “There is a possible change conflict between …”]

system_db

complex

System DB related information.

Returned: When system-db is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

default

string

Default value of the key.

Returned: queried

Sample: “www.f5.com”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “vendor.wwwurl”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “vendor.wwwurl”

scf_config

string

Whether the database key would be found in an SCF config or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

value

string

The value of the key.

Returned: queried

Sample: “www.f5.com”

value_range

string

The accepted range of values for the key.

Returned: queried

Sample: “string”

system_info

complex

Traffic group related information.

Returned: When traffic-groups is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

base_mac_address

string

Media Access Control address (MAC address) of the device.

Returned: queried

Sample: “fa:16:3e:c3:42:6f”

chassis_serial

string

Serial of the chassis.

Returned: queried

Sample: “11111111-2222-3333-444444444444”

hardware_information

complex

Information related to the hardware (drives and CPUs) of the system.

Returned: queried

model

string

The model of the hardware.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Virtual Disk”

name

string

The name of the hardware.

Returned: queried

Sample: “HD1”

type

string

The type of hardware.

Returned: queried

Sample: “physical-disk”

versions

complex

Hardware specific properties.

Returned: queried

name

string

Name of the property.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Size”

version

string

Value of the property.

Returned: queried

Sample: “154.00G”

host_board_part_revision

string

Revision of the host board.

Returned: queried

host_board_serial

string

Serial of the host board.

Returned: queried

marketing_name

string

Marketing name of the device platform.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP Virtual Edition”

package_edition

string

Displays the software edition.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Point Release 7”

package_version

string

A string combining the product_build and product_build_date.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Build 0.0.1 - Tue May 15 15:26:30 PDT 2018”

platform

string

Platform identifier.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Z100”

product_build

string

Build version of the release version.

Returned: queried

Sample: “0.0.1”

product_build_date

string

Human readable build date.

Returned: queried

Sample: “Tue May 15 15:26:30 PDT 2018”

product_built

integer

UNIX timestamp of when the product was built.

Returned: queried

Sample: 180515152630

product_changelist

integer

Changelist the product branches from.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2557198

product_code

string

Code identifying the product.

Returned: queried

Sample: “BIG-IP”

product_jobid

integer

ID of the job that built the product version.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1012030

product_version

string

Major product version of the running software.

Returned: queried

Sample: “13.1.0.7”

switch_board_part_revision

string

Switch board revision.

Returned: queried

switch_board_serial

string

Serial of the switch board.

Returned: queried

time

complex

Mapping of the current time information to specific time-named keys.

Returned: queried

day

integer

The current day of the month, in numeric form.

Returned: queried

Sample: 7

hour

integer

The current hour of the day in 24-hour format.

Returned: queried

Sample: 18

minute

integer

The current minute of the hour.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

month

integer

The current month, in numeric form.

Returned: queried

Sample: 6

second

integer

The current second of the minute.

Returned: queried

Sample: 51

year

integer

The current year in 4-digit format.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2018

uptime

integer

Time since the system booted, in seconds.

Returned: queried

Sample: 603202

tcp_half_open_monitors

complex

TCP Half-open monitor related information.

Returned: When tcp-half-open-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/tcp”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

tcp_monitors

complex

TCP monitor related information.

Returned: When tcp-monitors is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

adaptive

boolean

Whether adaptive response time monitoring is enabled for this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

adaptive_divergence_type

string

Specifies whether the adaptive-divergence-value is relative or absolute.

Returned: queried

Sample: “relative”

adaptive_divergence_value

integer

Specifies how far from mean latency each monitor probe is allowed to be.

Returned: queried

Sample: 25

adaptive_limit

integer

Specifies the hard limit, in milliseconds, which the probe is not allowed to exceed, regardless of the divergence value.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

adaptive_sampling_timespan

integer

Specifies the size of the sliding window, in seconds, which records probe history.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My monitor”

destination

string

Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor.

Returned: queried

Sample: “*:*”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/tcp”

interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when either the resource is down or the status of the resource is unknown.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

ip_dscp

integer

Specifies the differentiated services code point (DSCP).

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

manual_resume

boolean

Specifies whether the system automatically changes the status of a resource to up at the next successful monitor check.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

reverse

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in reverse mode. When the monitor is in reverse mode, a successful check marks the monitored object down instead of up.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

time_until_up

integer

Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after the first successful response before a node is marked up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request.

Returned: queried

Sample: 16

transparent

boolean

Specifies whether the monitor operates in transparent mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

up_interval

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check when the resource is up.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

tcp_profiles

complex

TCP profile related information.

Returned: When tcp-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

abc

boolean

Appropriate Byte Counting (RFC 3465)

When yes, increases the congestion window by basing the amount to increase on the number of previously unacknowledged bytes that each ACK covers.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

ack_on_push

boolean

When yes, specifies significantly improved performance to Microsoft Windows and MacOS peers who are writing out on a very small send buffer.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

auto_proxy_buffer

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses the network measurements to set the optimal proxy buffer size.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

auto_receive_window

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses the network measurements to set the optimal receive window size.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

auto_send_buffer

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses the network measurements to set the optimal send buffer size.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

close_wait

string

Specifies the length of time a TCP connection remains in the LAST-ACK state before quitting.

In addition to a numeric value, the value of this fact may also be one of immediate or indefinite.

When immediate, specifies the TCP connection closes immediately after entering the LAST-ACK state.

When indefinite, specifies that TCP connections in the LAST-ACK state do not close until they meet the maximum retransmissions timeout.

Returned: queried

Sample: “indefinite”

congestion_control

string

Specifies the algorithm to use to share network resources among competing users to reduce congestion.

Return values may include, high-speed, cdg, chd, none, cubic, illinois, new-reno, reno, scalable, vegas, westwood, and woodside.

Returned: queried

Sample: “high-speed”

congestion_metrics_cache

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses a cache for storing congestion metrics.

Subsequently, because these metrics are already known and cached, the initial slow-start ramp for previously-encountered peers improves.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

congestion_metrics_cache_timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds for which entries in the congestion metrics cache are valid.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

deferred_accept

boolean

When yes, specifies the system defers allocation of the connection chain context until the system has received the payload from the client.

Enabling this setting is useful in dealing with 3-way handshake denial-of-service attacks.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

delay_window_control

boolean

Specifies the system uses an estimate of queuing delay as a measure of congestion to control, in addition to the normal loss-based control, the amount of data sent.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

delayed_acks

boolean

When checked (enabled), specifies the system can send fewer than one ACK (acknowledgment) segment per data segment received.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

dont_fragment_flag

string

Specifies the Don’t Fragment (DF) bit setting in the IP Header of the outgoing TCP packet.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pmtu”

dsack

boolean

D-SACK (RFC 2883)

When yes, specifies the use of the selective ACK (SACK) option to acknowledge duplicate segments.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

early_retransmit

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses early retransmit (as specified in RFC 5827) to reduce the recovery time for connections that are receive- buffer or user-data limited.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

enhanced_loss_recovery

boolean

Specifies whether the system uses enhanced loss recovery to recover from random packet losses more effectively.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

explicit_congestion_notification

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses the TCP flags CWR (congestion window reduction) and ECE (ECN-Echo) to notify its peer of congestion and congestion counter-measures.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

fast_open

boolean

When yes, specifies, the system supports TCP Fast Open, which reduces latency by allowing a client to include the first packet of data with the SYN

Returned: queried

Sample: true

integer

Specifies the number of seconds that a Fast Open Cookie delivered to a client is valid for SYN packets from that client.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

fin_wait_1

string

Specifies the length of time that a TCP connection is in the FIN-WAIT-1 or CLOSING state before quitting.

Returned: queried

Sample: “indefinite”

fin_wait_2

string

Specifies the length of time a TCP connection is in the FIN-WAIT-2 state before quitting.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

idle_timeout

string

Specifies the length of time a connection is idle (has no traffic) before the connection is eligible for deletion.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

initial_congestion_window_size

integer

Specifies the initial congestion window size for connections to this destination.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

initial_receive_window_size

integer

Specifies the initial receive window size for connections to this destination.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

ip_tos

string

Specifies the L3 Type of Service (ToS) level the system inserts in TCP packets destined for clients.

Returned: queried

Sample: “mimic”

keep_alive_interval

string

Specifies how frequently the system sends data over an idle TCP connection, to determine whether the connection is still valid.

Returned: queried

Sample: 50

limited_transmit_recovery

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses limited transmit recovery revisions for fast retransmits (as specified in RFC 3042) to reduce the recovery time for connections on a lossy network.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

string

Specifies the L2 Quality of Service (QoS) level the system inserts in TCP packets destined for clients.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

max_segment_retrans

integer

Specifies the maximum number of times that the system resends data segments.

Returned: queried

Sample: 8

max_segment_size

integer

Specifies the largest amount of data the system can receive in a single TCP segment, not including the TCP and IP headers.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1460

max_syn_retrans

integer

Specifies the maximum number of times the system resends a SYN packet when it does not receive a corresponding SYN-ACK.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

md5_signature

boolean

When yes, specifies to use RFC2385 TCP-MD5 signatures to protect TCP traffic against intermediate tampering.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

minimum_rto

integer

Specifies the minimum length of time the system waits for acknowledgements of data sent before resending the data.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

mptcp_checksum

boolean

When yes, specifies the system calculates the checksum for MPTCP connections.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mptcp_checksum_verify

boolean

When yes, specifies the system verifies the checksum for MPTCP connections.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mptcp_fallback

string

Specifies an action on fallback, that is, when MPTCP transitions to regular TCP, because something prevents MPTCP from working correctly.

Returned: queried

Sample: “reset”

mptcp_fast_join

boolean

When yes, specifies a FAST join, allowing data to be sent on the MP_JOIN_SYN, which can allow a server response to occur in parallel with the JOIN.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mptcp_idle_timeout

integer

Specifies the number of seconds that an MPTCP connection is idle before the connection is eligible for deletion.

Returned: queried

Sample: 300

mptcp_join_max

integer

Specifies the highest number of MPTCP connections that can join to a given connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

mptcp_make_after_break

boolean

Specifies make-after-break functionality is supported, allowing for long-lived MPTCP sessions.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mptcp_no_join_dss_ack

boolean

When checked (enabled), specifies no DSS option is sent on the JOIN ACK.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mptcp_retransmit_min

integer

Specifies the minimum value (in msec) of the retransmission timer for these MPTCP flows.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1000

mptcp_rto_max

integer

Specifies the number of RTOs (retransmission timeouts) before declaring the subflow dead.

Returned: queried

Sample: 5

mptcp_subflow_max

integer

Specifies the maximum number of MPTCP subflows for a single flow.

Returned: queried

Sample: 6

mptcp_timeout

integer

Specifies, in seconds, the timeout value to discard long-lived sessions that do not have an active flow.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3600

multipath_tcp

boolean

When yes, specifies the system accepts Multipath TCP (MPTCP) connections, which allow multiple client-side flows to connect to a single server-side flow.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

nagle_algorithm

boolean

Specifies whether the system applies Nagle’s algorithm to reduce the number of short segments on the network.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/tcp”

parent

string

Profile from which this profile inherits settings.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tcp”

pkt_loss_ignore_burst

integer

Specifies the probability of performing congestion control when multiple packets are lost, even if the Packet Loss Ignore Rate was not exceeded.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

pkt_loss_ignore_rate

integer

Specifies the threshold of packets lost per million at which the system performs congestion control.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

proxy_buffer_high

integer

Specifies the proxy buffer level, in bytes, at which the receive window is closed.

Returned: queried

Sample: 49152

proxy_buffer_low

integer

Specifies the proxy buffer level, in bytes, at which the receive window is opened.

Returned: queried

Sample: 32768

proxy_max_segment

boolean

When yes, specifies the system attempts to advertise the same maximum segment size (MSS) to the server-side connection as that of the client-side connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

proxy_options

boolean

When yes, specifies the system advertises an option (such as time stamps) to the server only when the option is negotiated with the client.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

push_flag

string

Specifies how the BIG-IP system receives ACKs.

Returned: queried

Sample: “default”

rate_pace

boolean

When yes, specifies the system paces the egress packets to avoid dropping packets, allowing for optimum goodput.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

rate_pace_max_rate

integer

Specifies the maximum rate in bytes per second to which the system paces TCP data transmission.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

receive_window

integer

Specifies the maximum advertised RECEIVE window size.

Returned: queried

Sample: 65535

reset_on_timeout

boolean

When yes, specifies the system sends a reset packet (RST) in addition to deleting the connection, when a connection exceeds the idle timeout value.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

retransmit_threshold

integer

Specifies the number of duplicate ACKs (retransmit threshold) to start fast recovery.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3

selective_acks

boolean

When yes, specifies the system processes data using selective ACKs (SACKs) whenever possible, to improve system performance.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

selective_nack

boolean

When yes, specifies the system processes data using a selective negative acknowledgment (SNACK) whenever possible, to improve system performance.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

send_buffer

integer

Specifies the SEND window size.

Returned: queried

Sample: 65535

slow_start

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses Slow-Start Congestion Avoidance as described in RFC3390 in order to ramp up traffic without causing excessive congestion on the link.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

boolean

Specifies the default (if no DoS profile is associated) number of embryonic connections that are allowed on any virtual server, before SYN Cookie challenges are enabled for that virtual server.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

boolean

Specifies whether or not to use a SYN Cookie WhiteList when doing software SYN Cookies.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

syn_retrans_to_base

integer

Specifies the initial RTO (Retransmission TimeOut) base multiplier for SYN retransmissions.

Returned: queried

Sample: 3000

tail_loss_probe

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses Tail Loss Probe to reduce the number of retransmission timeouts.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

time_to_live

string

Specifies the outgoing TCP packet’s IP Header TTL mode.

Returned: queried

Sample: “proxy”

time_to_live_v4

integer

Specifies the outgoing packet’s IP Header TTL value for IPv4 traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: 255

time_to_live_v6

integer

Specifies the outgoing packet’s IP Header TTL value for IPv6 traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: 64

time_wait

string

Specifies the length of time that a TCP connection remains in the TIME-WAIT state before entering the CLOSED state.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2000

time_wait_recycle

boolean

When yes, specifies that connections in a TIME-WAIT state are reused when the system receives a SYN packet, indicating a request for a new connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

timestamps

boolean

When yes, specifies the system uses the timestamps extension for TCP (as specified in RFC 1323) to enhance high-speed network performance.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

verified_accept

boolean

When yes, specifies the system can actually communicate with the server before establishing a client connection.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

zero_window_timeout

string

Specifies the timeout in milliseconds for terminating a connection with an effective zero length TCP transmit window.

Returned: queried

Sample: 2000

traffic_groups

complex

Traffic group related information.

Returned: When traffic-groups is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

auto_failback_enabled

boolean

Specifies whether the traffic group fails back to the default device.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

auto_failback_time

integer

Specifies the time required to fail back.

Returned: queried

Sample: 60

description

string

Description of the traffic group.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My traffic group”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/tg1”

ha_load_factor

integer

Specifies a number for this traffic group that represents the load this traffic group presents to the system relative to other traffic groups.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

ha_order

list / elements=string

This list of devices specifies the order in which the devices will become active for the traffic group when a failure occurs.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“/Common/device1”, “/Common/device2”]

is_floating

boolean

Indicates whether the traffic group can fail over to other devices in the device group.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

mac_masquerade_address

string

Specifies a MAC address for the traffic group.

Returned: queried

Sample: “00:98:76:54:32:10”

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “tg1”

trunks

complex

Trunk related information.

Returned: When trunks is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

configured_member_count

integer

The number of configured members that are associated with the trunk.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

description

string

Description of the Trunk.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My trunk”

distribution_hash

string

The basis for the hash that the system uses as the frame distribution algorithm.

The system uses this hash to determine which interface to use for forwarding traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: “src-dst-ipport”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “/Common/trunk1”

interfaces

list / elements=string

The list of interfaces that are part of the trunk.

Returned: queried

Sample: [“1.2”, “1.3”]

lacp_enabled

boolean

Whether LACP is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

lacp_mode

string

The operation mode for LACP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “passive”

lacp_timeout

integer

The rate at which the system sends the LACP control packets.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

string

The LACP policy the trunk uses to determine which member link can handle new traffic.

Returned: queried

Sample: “maximum-bandwidth”

media_speed

integer

Speed of the media attached to the trunk.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10000

media_status

boolean

Whether the media that is part of the trunk is up or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

name

string

Relative name of the resource in the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “trunk1”

operational_member_count

integer

Number of working members associated with the trunk.

Returned: queried

Sample: 1

stp_enabled

boolean

Whether Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is enabled or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

ucs

complex

added in 1.15.0 of f5networks.f5_modules

UCS backup related information

Returned: When ucs is specified in gather_subset

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

encrypted

boolean

Whether the file is encrypted or not.

Returned: queried

Sample: false

file_created_date

string

Date and time when the ucs file was created.

Returned: queried

Sample: “2022-03-10T09:30:19Z”

file_name

string

Name of the UCS backup file.

Returned: queried

Sample: “backup.ucs”

file_size

string

Size of the UCS file in bytes.

Returned: queried

Sample: “3”

udp_profiles

complex

UDP profile related information.

Returned: When udp-profiles is specified in gather_subset.

Sample: “hash/dictionary of values”

allow_no_payload

boolean

Allow the passage of datagrams that contain header information, but no essential data.

Returned: queried

Sample: true

buffer_max_bytes

integer

Ingress buffer byte limit. Maximum allowed value is 16777215.

Returned: queried

Sample: 655350

buffer_max_packets

integer

Ingress buffer packet limit. Maximum allowed value is 255.

Returned: queried

Sample: 0

datagram_load_balancing

boolean

Load balance UDP datagram by datagram

Returned: queried

Sample: true

description

string

Description of the resource.

Returned: queried

Sample: “My profile”

full_path

string

Full name of the resource as known to the BIG-IP.

Returned: queried

Sample: “udp”

idle_timeout

boolean

Number of seconds that a connection is idle before the connection is eligible for deletion.

In addition to a number, may be one of the values indefinite or immediate.

Returned: queried

Sample: 200

ip_df_mode

string

Describes the Don’t Fragment (DF) bit setting in the outgoing UDP packet.

May be one of pmtu, preserve, set, or clear.

When pmtu, sets the outgoing UDP packet DF big based on the ip pmtu setting.

When preserve, preserves the incoming UDP packet Don’t Fragment bit.

When set, sets the outgoing UDP packet DF bit.

When clear, clears the outgoing UDP packet DF bit.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pmtu”

ip_tos_to_client

string

The Type of Service level the traffic management system assigns to UDP packets when sending them to clients.

May be numeric, or the values pass-through or mimic.

Returned: queried

Sample: “mimic”

ip_ttl_mode

string

The outgoing UDP packet’s TTL mode.

Valid modes are proxy, preserve, decrement, and set.

When proxy, sets the IP TTL of IPv4 to the default value of 255 and IPv6 to the default value of 64.

When preserve, sets the IP TTL to the original packet TTL value.

When decrement, sets the IP TTL to the original packet TTL value minus 1.

When set, sets the IP TTL with the specified values in ip_ttl_v4 and ip_ttl_v6 values in the same profile.

Returned: queried

Sample: “proxy”

ip_ttl_v4

integer

IPv4 TTL.

Returned: queried

Sample: 10

ip_ttl_v6

integer

IPv6 TTL.

Returned: queried

Sample: 100

string

The Quality of Service level the system assigns to UDP packets when sending them to clients.

May be either numberic or the value pass-through.

Returned: queried

Sample: “pass-through”