Java Policy Agents 5.10

FQDN Map

Key:Value maps of incoming hostname to outgoing domain. Use this property to map requests with virtual, invalid, or partial hostnames to a correct FQDN.

This property requires Enable FQDN Checking to be true, and Default FQDN to be set to suitable default FQDN.

The agent maintains the following maps, which can each contain multiple entries:

  • Map 1, where the key is the incoming hostname without wildcards, and the value is the outgoing domain.

  • Map 2, where the key is the incoming hostname with wildcards (* or ?), and the value is the outgoing domain.

Map keys are case insensitive. Incoming hostnames are converted to lowercase before the agent maps them, and the agent automatically converts uppercase keys and values to lowercase before mapping.

The agent maps FQDNs as follows:

  1. Searches map 1 for the incoming hostname. If there is a match, the agent redirects the request to the mapped value.

  2. Searches map 2 for a pattern that matches the incoming hostname, iterating through the entries in random order. If there is a match, the agent redirects the request to the mapped value.

  3. Redirects the request to the hostname in Default FQDN.

Examples:

org.forgerock.agents.fqdn.map[agent]=agent.localtest.me

org.forgerock.agents.fqdn.map[agent.virtualtest.me]=virtual-host.localtest.me

org.forgerock.agents.fqdn.map[agent-*.localtest.me]=agent.localtest.me

Property name

org.forgerock.agents.fqdn.map

Aliases

com.sun.identity.agents.config.fqdn.mapping
  Introduced in Java Agent 5.0
  Recognized from AM 6

org.forgerock.agents.fqdn.map
  Introduced in Java Agent 5.6

Type

Map

  • Keys: canonical name of invalid server

  • Values: canonical name of valid server

Bootstrap property

No

Required property

No

Restart required

No

Local configuration file

AgentConfig.properties

AM console

Tab: Global

Title: FQDN Map

Legacy title: FQDN Virtual Host Map

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