Approve a request from technical support to bypass the firewall.
A firewall’s allotted bandwidth (measured in GB).
The raw bandwidth usage data for the current billing cycle. One object will be returned for each network this firewall is attached to.
The raw private bandwidth usage data for the current billing cycle.
The raw public bandwidth usage data for the current billing cycle.
The billing item for a Hardware Firewall (Dedicated).
Administrative bypass request status.
The datacenter that the firewall resides in.
Retrieve the firewall device firmware version from database.
The firewall device type.
A name reflecting the hostname and domain of the firewall. This is created from the combined values of the firewall’s logical name and vlan number automatically, and thus can not be edited directly.
The credentials to log in to a firewall device. This is only present for dedicated appliances.
A firewall’s metric tracking object.
The metric tracking object ID for this firewall.
The update requests made for this firewall.
The gateway associated with this firewall, if any.
The VLAN object that a firewall is associated with and protecting.
The VLAN objects that a firewall is associated with and protecting.
Retrieve a SoftLayer_Network_Vlan_Firewall record.
The currently running rule set of this network component firewall.
A firewall’s associated upgrade request object, if any.
Check for active transactions for the Firewall.
Checks if the account is allowed to use some features of FSA1G and Hardware firewall (Dedicated)
Whether this firewall qualifies for High Availability upgrade.
Reject a request from technical support to bypass the firewall.
Reset the FSA 10G firewall to factory settings.
This method will associate a comma separated list of tags with this object.
Enable or disable route bypass.