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How to Edit / Manage L7 DDoS Profiles

Description

  • Steps for editing existing L7 DDoS Profiles on the Silverline Portal
  • Descriptions of columns in table / list of existing L7 DDoS Profiles
  • if you want to create a new profile, see: How to Configure New L7 DDoS Profiles

 

Environment

  • Silverline Portal
  • L7 DDoS Profiles v3 (updated in Jan 2020)
  • Proxy / Proxied customers
  • Existing L7 DDoS Profiles created

 

Procedure

1. Navigate to: Config > Proxy Configuration > L7 DDoS Profile Management

2. Find an existing L7 DDoS Profile in the table.

  • Filter - type in the desired search query where it says "Filter All."
    • This searches all columns, so for example: you can search a profile name, # of proxies, or deployment status 'failed'
  • Columns in the table are:
    • Name - the name of the L7 DDoS profile
    • Enforcement Mode
      • Transparent - traffic that violates thresholds is logged but still allowed to access application. Default mode for new L7 DDoS Profiles.
      • Blocking - traffic that violates thresholds is logged and subject to mitigation actions.
    • Proxy / Applications - the number of proxies / applications that are using this profile
      • To see the names of proxies / applications: Click on the name of the L7DoS profile, and then the proxies/apps are listed on the right-hand side.
    • Deployment Status - if the profile is deployed and when the last deployment occurred
    • Version - most recent version of profile. 
      • Profiles are moved to a new version as soon as changes are saved.
      • View past versions by clicking three-dot menu (appears at right when you hover on profile's row) and selecting "Versions

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3.  In the three-dot menu (appears at right when you hover on desired profile's row), click Edit.

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4. Configure the profile settings and save. See How to Configure New L7 DDoS Profiles for details on settings.

 

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