You can specify whether an endpoint service automatically accepts connection requests based on your business requirements. If an endpoint service is set to automatically accept endpoint connection requests, the endpoint service automatically accepts the connection request from the associated endpoint.

Background information

When you create an endpoint, you must associate the endpoint with an endpoint service. The endpoint can access the endpoint service only after the endpoint service accepts connection requests from the endpoint. You can also specify to manually accept or deny connection requests:
  • If you select Yes for Automatically Accept Endpoint Connections: The endpoint service automatically accepts connection requests from the endpoint that is associated with the endpoint service. Then, the service can be accessed through the endpoint.
  • If you select No for Automatically Accept Endpoint Connections: The connection to the endpoint service is in the Connecting state. The service cannot be accessed by the endpoint.
    • If the service administrator accepts endpoint connection requests from the associated endpoint, the endpoint service can be accessed through the endpoint.
    • If the service administrator denies endpoint connection requests from the associated endpoint, the endpoint service cannot be accessed through the endpoint.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Endpoints Service console.
  2. In the top navigation bar, select the region where the endpoint service is deployed.
  3. On the Endpoints Service page, find the endpoint service from which you want to remove resources, and click the service ID of the endpoint service.
  4. In the Basic Information section, click Enable or Disable next to Automatically Accept Endpoint Connections.
  5. In the message that appears, click OK.