FIREWALL Command

HSI Version: 

All

Purpose: 

Causes HSI to use store-and-forward I/O when transferring files through a firewall. 

Aliases: 

 

Command Format: 

fire[wall] [-on | -off] [-c] [-s] [drive ...]

Options: 

-on : enables firewall mode for the specified connection(s)

-off : disables firewall mode for the specified connection(s)

-c : client side will create the private socket used for data transfers and server will issue the "connect" call

-s : [Default] server side will create the private socket used for data transfers, and client will issue the "connect" call

drive : logical drive(s) to which the command applies 

Keywords: 

 

Usage Notes: 

1. If no logical drive(s) are specified, the options apply to the current connection 

2. If neither -on nor -off option is used, current settings will be displayed for the specified drive(s) 

3.     When firewall mode is in effect, auto-scheduling is disabled for the get family of commands.

Example: 

Specify that all I/O to logical drive D: should use store-and-forward I/O via private data socket. By default, the server will create the private data socket, and the client will issue a &quote;connect" : 

firewall -on d: 

Disable store-and-forward I/O for logical drives D: and E:, and list the current setting for drives F: and G: 

firewall -off D: E:; firewall f: G:

Related Command(s): 

LSSITES, LSCON, CP, PUT