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show user

user levels: Use this command to display a user’s setup, including predefined sessions. Theadmin, admin user can show details of any user, a normal user can only view their ownnormal details:

Syntax show user ./username

Where:

.

specifies the current user.

username is the name of a specific user.

Menu

Admin user: Users - Change User.

equivalent

Normal user: Sessions - Set Up User

See also

set user

start

all users

Use this command to start a predefined session. This is a particularly important

 

command for restricted users who can only start sessions predefined for them by

 

system administrator. If you are using telnet, the target host will prompt you for your

 

login name. If you are using rlogin, the host will prompt you for your password. If

 

you are using rlogin and your unit’s login name is entered in the ‘rhost’ file of the

Syntax

target login directory, you will be logged straight in.

start n

 

Where n is the predefined session that you want to start.

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Menu

Sessions - Start Predefined Session

equivalent

 

See also

resume

telnet

user levels:

This command establishes a connection with another host on the network using the

admin,

telnet protocol. You must specify the target host but the other arguments (such as

normal

echo, mapnl, mode, etc.) are optional. If you do not specify the other arguments the

 

line telnet values will be used (values set/shown in set telnet orshow

 

telnet)

 

If you do specify arguments such as echo, mapnl, mode, etc. the values you enter will

 

override the line telnet values. Note that your values (specified here using the

 

telnet command) expire when your telnet session is finished; values set/shown in

 

set telnet orshow telnet can be saved permanently.

When the connection is made you will be prompted for your login name.

Syntax

telnet hostname/inetaddress port[termtype

 

termtype]

[echo on/off] [mapnlon/off]

[mode

 

on/off]

[intr <hex>] [quit <hex>] [eof

<hex>]

 

[erase <hex>] [break <hex>]

 

Where:

 

 

 

hostname/

is the name or internet address of the machine you want to log into

inetaddress

 

 

 

termtype

 

is your terminal type. This argument enables you to pass your terminal

 

 

type to the host. When connecting to a UNIX host, you must define the

 

 

termtype in accordance with its UNIX TERM variable.

 

The termtype argument overrides a termtype value entered into the unit when using the set line orset telnet commands.

echo, mapnl, etc. these are telnet options. They set values once only, for the duration of a single telnet connection. See comments under telnet on page 201 above.

Menu equivalent

See also

Users - Set Sessions (to set default values)

or

Sessions - Start telnet (to use or override default values)resume, rlogin, set telnet, show telnet, start

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version

user levels: This command tells you what version of software your unit is running.admin,

normal

Syntax version

Menu Version of software is displayed at the top of any menu display, e.g.equivalent

user [admin]

xxxxxx 2.00 i.1

telnet 1

 

 

 

The text in the middle of the line ( xxxxxx) will display the name of your product.

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A p p e n d i x C S N M P

You need to You need to read this appendix if you want information on the Console Serverread this support of SNMP.

appendix if

you want to...This appendix describes the Console Server support of SNMP. This appendix includes the following sections;

Overview on page 204

Configuring SNMP support on page 205

Summary of objects in the private MIB on page 207

Private MIB definitions on page 209

Network management on page 213.

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