A target is a resource
that represents a networked service
with an associated set of permissions
a user can connect to
and interact with
by way of a session.
A target can only be defined within a project.
A target can contain references to host sets from host catalogs
which belong to the same project as the target.
A target can contain references to credential libraries
from credential stores which belong to the same project as the target.
A user can establish a session with a host
in any host set referenced by the target
if the user has been assigned a role
for the target.
A target has the following configurable attributes:
»TCP Target Attributes
TCP targets have the following additional attributes:
default_port- (optional) A TCP port number. Boundary will use the
default_portwhen connecting to a host in the target if the user does not specify a different port when establishing the session.
session_max_seconds- (required) The maximum duration of an individual session between the user and the target. All connections for a session are closed and the session is terminated when a session reaches the maximum duration. The default is 8 hours (28800 seconds). Must be greater than 0.
session_connection_limit- (required) The cumulative number of TCP connections allowed during a session. The default is 1. -1 means no limit. The value must be greater than 0 or -1.
»Service API Docs
The following services are relevant to this resource: