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The set adp command enables or disables ADP (Advanced DNS Protection) on the supported platform. You can use this command only if Threat Protection (hardware based) or Threat Protection (software add-on) licenses are installed on the platform.

Syntax

set adp

Commands for Threat Protection (software add-on):

  • set adp log <level>: Use this command to set the threat protection log level, where log level is between 0 (emergency) and 6 (info). The default value is 6 (info).
  • set adp log <emergency|alert|critical|error|warning|notice|info>: Use this command to set the threat protection log level.
  • set adp monitor-mode <on|off>: Use this command to enable or disable the threat protection monitor mode on the respective member. The default value is off.

Syntax

set adp log <level>
set adp log <emergency|alert|critical|error|warning|notice|info> set adp monitor-mode <on|off>

Commands for Threat Protection (hardware-based):

  • set adp log <level>: Use this command to set the threat protection log level, where log level is between 0 (emergency) and 7 (debug). The default value is 6 (info).
  • set adp log <emergency|alert|critical|error|warning|notice|info|debug>: Use this command to set the threat protection log level.
  • set adp monitor-mode <on|off>: Use this command to enable or disable the threat protection monitor mode on the respective member. The default value is off.

Syntax

set adp log <level>
set adp log <emergency|alert|critical|error|warning|notice|info|debug> set adp monitor-mode <on|off>

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