HTTP Server Configurations

General Syntax

This collection of commands configures settings related to the Aspera HTTP server, which enables the HTTP Fallback feature.

The syntax for setting HTTP server parameters is the following :

> asconfigurator -x "set_http_server_data;parameter,value"
Note: Not all available parameters are listed below, only the most commonly used. To view a complete list, run the following command:
> asuserdata -+

HTTP Server Configurations

cert_file
The absolute path to an SSL certificate file to use for HTTP Fallback. If left blank the default certificate that came with your transfer server installation will be used.
Values: (Absolute path)
key_file
The absolute path to an SSL key file to use for HTTP Fallback. If left blank the default key file that came with your transfer server installation will be used.
Values: (Absolute path)
bind_address
The network interface on which the HTTP Fallback server listens. The default value 0.0.0.0 allows the HTTP Fallback server to accept transfer requests on all network interfaces.
Values: (Network interface address, default 0.0.0.0)
restartable_transfers
Whether interrupted transfers should resume at the point of interruption (true) or not (false).
Values: true (default), false
session_activity_timeout
The amount of time in seconds that the HTTP Fallback server will wait before canceling a transfer session that can't communicate with the client. A value of 0 means the HTTP Fallback server will never timeout due to lack of communication from the client.
Values: (Number, default 20])
http_port
The port on which the HTTP server listens.
Values: (Number 1-65535, default 8080)
https_port
The port on which the HTTPS server listens.
Values: (Number 1-65535, default 8443)
enable_http
Whether HTTP Fallback is enabled for failed UDP transfers to continue over HTTP (true) or not (false).
Values: true (default), false
enable_https
Whether HTTP Fallback is enabled for failed UDP transfers to continue over HTTPS (true) or not (false).
Values: true (default), false