See nsradmin(1m) for information on using the NetWorker administration program.
This resource is only used if the two machines (the local machine and the one described by the name attribute) are using GSS EMC v1 authentication.
The following attributes are defined for resource type NSRpeerinformation The information in parentheses describes how the attribute values are accessed. Hidden means it is an attribute of interest only to programs or experts, and these attributes can only be seen when the hidden option is turned on in nsradmin(1m). Static attributes change values rarely, if ever. For example, an attribute marked (read-only, static) has a value which is set when the attribute is created and may never change. Not all attributes are available on all Operating Systems.
If Clear certificate is selected, then NetWorker will clear the certificate entry in the current NSR peer information resource. This will cause the initial communication between the local install and the peer described by the name attribute to reoccur on the next connection between the two hosts. Setting Change certificate to Clear certificate has the same effect as deleting the resource instance.
Setting Change certificate to Load certificate from file, causes NetWorker to attempt to load the peer certificate located in the file specified by the certificate file to load attribute.
This field will be reset to blank after NetWorker uses the value.
where user is a user name; host is a host name; group is a user group name; domain is a domain name; user_attribute can be user, group, host, nwinstname, nwinstancename, domain, or domaintype (type of the domain, NIS or WINDOMAIN).
The user attributes: nwinstname and nwinstancename are used to indicate a NetWorker instance name. The value that should be entered for either of these attributes is the value in the "name" field in the NSRLA resource for the machine where a matched user is connecting from.
value can be any string delimited by white space. If the value has space in it, then it can be quoted with double quotes. The value may contain wild cards, "*". Entering just a user name allows that user to administer NetWorker from any host (equivalent to user@* or */user or user=user). Netgroup names are always preceded by an "&".
The format: user_attribute=value[, ...] is more secure because the format is not overloaded. For example, if [email protected] is entered, then any users in the test group or users named test and that are in the domain; test.acme.com or from the host; test.acme.com will match this entry.