16.10 - ENDPOINT ALLOW NEW CONNECTIONS - Teradata Unity

Teradata Unity User Guide

Product
Teradata Unity
Release Number
16.10
Published
January 2018
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2018-03-29
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Purpose

Allows new session connections to an Endpoint. The command requires that you specify the name of the Endpoint to which you want new connections allowed. This command operation is asynchronous.

Syntax

ENDPOINT ALLOW NEW CONNECTIONS endpoint_name ;

Parameters

endpointname
Name of the Endpoint process.

Usage Considerations

The ENDPOINT ALLOW NEW CONNECTIONS instructs the specified Endpoint to listen for new connections. You can use the ENDPOINT STATUS command to verify the status of global listeners on the Endpoint after you allow connections. When you allow a new connection, the specified Endpoint listens for connections on all default listeners and any SIP listeners currently running on one or more regions. To prevent an Endpoint from receiving new connections, use the ENDPOINT DISALLOW NEW CONNECTIONS command.

Example

This example command requests that the Endpoint in Region1 listen for new connections.

unityadmin>  ENDPOINT ALLOW NEW CONNECTIONS region1_ept; 
Request successfully sent to endpoint
Use the 'endpoint status' command to check the endpoint's status
unityadmin> ENDPOINT STATUS;
---------------------------------------------
Endpoint  : region1_ept
Connected : yes
Global listen status  : Listening allowed
Listeners :
    Host:Port         : any:1025
    Is SIP            : no
    Associated region : region1 (1)
    State (Current)   : Listening
    State (Wanted)    : Listening