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Add a parameter that contains a list of IP / DNS entries that will be ignored by CD
There are different applications in an enterprise network that may poll the CD server and client ports: Load balancer that are doing TCP checks to ensure the CD Service is running, security audit softwares that are checking if the port opened on a server are secured.
All these applications will generate error events in CD: For CDW (LSMG600I, LCOA007I), for CDU (XCMM023I)
The change requested is the addition of an initialization parameter that will contain a list of IPs / DNS entries for which all the incoming request will be ignored by CD. Basically the same functionality that is available in the CD Adapter of Sterling Integrator with the parameter health.check.address in the cdinterop-log.properties file.
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A list of IPs / DNS entries will be defined at the node level. All requests coming from these sources will be ignored by CD.
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