SteelHead General Blade Setting Service v1.0
Created Dec 18, 2020 at 07:16 PM

Resource: lan_default_settings

The LAN side default settings.

http://{device}/api/sh.blade/1.0/lan_default_settings
  • JSON
  • {
      "socket_send_buf_size": integer,
      "socket_recv_buf_size": integer
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    lan_default_settings <object> The LAN side default settings.
    socket_send_buf_size <integer> The buffer size that sends data out of the LAN. This setting is a model driven parameter, and its default is set accordingly per the model matrix. Typically, there is no need to change the default settings on LAN buffers, because by default, LAN buffers auto-tune to the appropriate size to provide the best throughput. Range: 4096 to 2147483647;
    socket_recv_buf_size <integer> The buffer size that receives data from the LAN. This setting is a model driven parameter, and its default is set accordingly per the model matrix. Typically, there is no need to change the default settings on LAN buffers, because by default, LAN buffers auto-tune to the appropriate size to provide the best throughput. Range: 4096 to 2147483647;

    Resource: wan_default_settings

    The WAN side default global settings.

    http://{device}/api/sh.blade/1.0/wan_default_settings
  • JSON
  • {
      "socket_send_buf_size": integer,
      "socket_recv_buf_size": integer
    }
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    wan_default_settings <object> The WAN side default global settings.
    socket_send_buf_size <integer> The default buffer size that sends data out of the WAN. This setting is a model driven parameter, and its default is set accordingly per the model matrix. In all data protection scenarios, set the SteelHead WAN buffers to at least 2 x BDP, where bandwidth-delay product (BDP) is the product of the WAN bandwidth and round-trip latency between locations. Range: 16384 to 2147483647;
    socket_recv_buf_size <integer> The default buffer size that receives data from the WAN. This setting is a model driven parameter, and its default is set accordingly per the model matrix. In all data protection scenarios, set the SteelHead WAN buffers to at least 2 x BDP, where bandwidth-delay product (BDP) is the product of the WAN bandwidth and round-trip latency between locations. Range: 16384 to 2147483647;

    Type: int32_max

    A signed 32-bit integer with maximum bound.

  • JSON
  • integer
    Property Name Type Description Notes
    int32_max <integer> A signed 32-bit integer with maximum bound. Maximum 2147483647;