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FAIL2BAN-CLIENT(1)               User Commands              FAIL2BAN-CLIENT(1)

NAME
       fail2ban-client - configure and control the server

SYNOPSIS
       fail2ban-client [OPTIONS] <COMMAND>

DESCRIPTION
       Fail2Ban  v0.8.2  reads  log file that contains password failure report
       and bans the corresponding IP addresses using firewall rules.

OPTIONS
       -c <DIR>
              configuration directory

       -s <FILE>
              socket path

       -d     dump configuration. For debugging

       -i     interactive mode

       -v     increase verbosity

       -q     decrease verbosity

       -x     force execution of the server (remove socket file)

       -h, --help
              display this help message

       -V, --version
              print the version

COMMAND
              BASIC

       start  starts the server and the jails

       reload reloads the configuration

       reload <JAIL>
              reloads the jail <JAIL>

       stop   stops all jails and terminate the server

       status gets the current status of the server

       ping   tests if the server is alive

              LOGGING

       set loglevel <LEVEL>
              sets logging level to <LEVEL>. 0 is minimal, 4 is debug

       get loglevel
              gets the logging level

       set logtarget <TARGET>
              sets logging target to <TARGET>.  Can be STDOUT, STDERR,  SYSLOG
              or a file

       get logtarget
              gets logging target

              JAIL CONTROL

       add <JAIL> <BACKEND>
              creates <JAIL> using <BACKEND>

       start <JAIL>
              starts the jail <JAIL>

       stop <JAIL>
              stops the jail <JAIL>. The jail is removed

       status <JAIL>
              gets the current status of <JAIL>

              JAIL CONFIGURATION

       set <JAIL> idle on|off
              sets the idle state of <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> addignoreip <IP>
              adds <IP> to the ignore list of <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> delignoreip <IP>
              removes <IP> from the ignore list of <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> addlogpath <FILE>
              adds <FILE> to the monitoring list of <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> dellogpath <FILE>
              removes <FILE> to the monitoring list of <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> addfailregex <REGEX>
              adds  the  regular  expression <REGEX> which must match failures
              for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> delfailregex <INDEX>
              removes the regular expression at <INDEX> for failregex

       set <JAIL> addignoreregex <REGEX>
              adds the regular expression <REGEX> which should  match  pattern
              to exclude for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> delignoreregex <INDEX>
              removes the regular expression at <INDEX> for ignoreregex

       set <JAIL> findtime <TIME>
              sets the number of seconds <TIME> for which the filter will look
              back for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> bantime <TIME>
              sets the number of seconds <TIME> a  host  will  be  banned  for
              <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> maxretry <RETRY>
              sets  the number of failures <RETRY> before banning the host for
              <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> addaction <ACT>
              adds a new action named <NAME> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> delaction <ACT>
              removes the action <NAME> from <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> setcinfo <ACT> <KEY> <VALUE>
              sets <VALUE> for <KEY> of the action <NAME> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> delcinfo <ACT> <KEY>
              removes <KEY> for the action <NAME> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> actionstart <ACT> <CMD>
              sets the start command <CMD> of the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> actionstop <ACT> <CMD>
              sets the stop command <CMD> of the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> actioncheck <ACT> <CMD>
              sets the check command <CMD> of the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> actionban <ACT> <CMD>
              sets the ban command <CMD> of the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       set <JAIL> actionunban <ACT> <CMD>
              sets the unban command <CMD> of the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

              JAIL INFORMATION

       get <JAIL> logpath
              gets the list of the monitored files for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> ignoreip
              gets the list of ignored IP addresses for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> timeregex
              gets the regular expression used  for  the  time  detection  for
              <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> timepattern
              gets the pattern used for the time detection for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> failregex
              gets  the list of regular expressions which matches the failures
              for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> ignoreregex
              gets the list of regular expressions which matches  patterns  to
              ignore for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> findtime
              gets  the  time for which the filter will look back for failures
              for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> bantime
              gets the time a host is banned for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> maxretry
              gets the number of failures allowed for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> addaction
              gets the last action which has been added for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> actionstart <ACT>
              gets the start command for the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> actionstop <ACT>
              gets the stop command for the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> actioncheck <ACT>
              gets the check command for the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> actionban <ACT>
              gets the ban command for the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

       get <JAIL> actionunban <ACT>
              gets the unban command for the action <ACT> for <JAIL>

FILES
       /etc/fail2ban/*

AUTHOR
       Written by Cyril Jaquier <cyril.jaquier@fail2ban.org>.  Many  contribu-
       tions by Yaroslav O. Halchenko <debian@onerussian.com>.

REPORTING BUGS
       Please     report    bugs    via    Debian    bug    tracking    system
       http://www.debian.org/Bugs/.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Cyril Jaquier
       Copyright of modifications held by their respective authors.   Licensed
       under the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL).

SEE ALSO
       fail2ban-server(1)

fail2ban-client v0.8.2            March 2008                FAIL2BAN-CLIENT(1)

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