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The backend server section defines a backend server connection. It specifies the information that is used by the RSOE when it connects to the relay server farm on behalf of a backend server. There is a backend server section for each RSOE connecting to the relay server farm. The backend server section also assigns a backend server to a backend server farm.
This section is identified by the backend_server keyword.
The following properties can be specified in a backend server section:
enable Specifies whether to allow connections from this backend server. Possible values are:
Yes Allows connections from this backend server.
No Disallows connections from this backend server.
The default is Yes. This property is optional.
id The name assigned to the backend server connection, to a maximum of 2048 characters.
farm The name of the backend server farm that this backend server belongs to. You should use 7-bit ASCII characters for the farm name.
mac The MAC address of the network adapter used by the RSOE to communicate with the relay server. The address is specified using the IEEE 802 MAC-48 format. This format consists of a sequence of six pairs of hexadecimal digits separated by hyphens (-) in transmission order, for example 01-23-45-67-89-ab. The default is to not enforce mac checking. This property is optional.
token A security token that is used by the relay server to authenticate the backend server connection, to a maximum of 2048 characters. This property is optional.
description Enter a custom description to a maximum of 2048 characters. This property is optional.
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