3.2.1. adapters get

This command allows you to get metadata of adapters and their connections.

3.2.1.1. Output feeds

The output from this command is able to be supplied as input to these commands:

3.2.1.2. Common Options

3.2.1.4. Help Page

3.2.1.4.1. axonshell adapters get

Get adapters based on name, node, or cnx status.

axonshell adapters get [OPTIONS]

Options

-u, --url <url>

URL of Axonius instance. [required]

-k, --key <key>

API Key of user in Axonius instance. [required]

-s, --secret <secret>

API Secret of user in Axonius instance. [required]

-xf, --export-file <export_file>

Export to a file in export-path instead of printing to STDOUT. [default: ]

-xp, --export-path <export_path>

Path to create -xf/–export-file in (default is current working directory).

-xt, --export-format <export_format>

Format to use for STDOUT (or -xf/–export-file if supplied). [default: json]

Options:csv|json|table
-xo, --export-overwrite

Overwrite -xf/–export-file if exists.

-xd, --export-delim <export_delim>

Change the cell delimiter for CSV format from the default of carriage return.

-is, --include-settings

Include settings in CSV export.

-n, --name <names>

Only include adapters with matching names.

-nax, --name-regex

Consider –name values as regular expressions.

-no, --node <nodes>

Only include adapters with matching node names.

-nox, --node-regex

Consider –node values as regular expressions.

-min, --min-count <min_value>

Only include adapters with at least this many connections.

-max, --max-count <max_value>

Only include adapters with at most this many connections.

-ncw, --no-cnx-working

Exclude adapters with working connections.

-ncb, --no-cnx-broken

Exclude adapters with broken connections.

-ncn, --no-cnx-none

Exclude adapters with no connections.