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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

AR500, AR510, AR531, AR550, AR1500, and AR2500 V200R010

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples in different application scenarios of the Basic configuration supported by the device.
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Typical Operations After Login

Typical Operations After Login

After logging in to a device through a console port or using Telnet or STelnet, you can perform service configurations and the following common operations on the device.

Displaying Online Users

After logging in to a device, you can view user login information of each user interface.

Run the display users [ all ] command to view the user login information of user interfaces.

Setting an Authentication Password for Switching User Levels

Users at a higher level can set an authentication password used to switch a user from a lower level to a higher level. If a user wants to use a command whose level is higher than the user level, the user can use the authentication password to switch to the higher level.

  1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.
  2. Run the super password [ level user-level ] cipher command to set an authentication password used to switch a user from a lower level to a higher level.

Switching User Levels

You need to enter a password when switching from a low user level to a higher one.

  1. Run the super [ level ] command in the user view to switch the user level.
    NOTE:

    If the entered target user level is lower than or equal to the current user level, the system directly sets the entered user level as the target user level, and displays a message. If the target level is higher than the current user level, the system asks the user to enter the authentication password.

  2. Enter the password as prompted.

    If the password is correct, you will switch to a higher user level. If you enter an incorrect password three times consecutively, the system returns to the user view and the user level remains unchanged.

Sending Messages to Other User Interfaces

You can send messages from the current user interface to other user interfaces.

  1. Run the send { all | ui-number | ui-type ui-number1 } command to enable message exchange between user interfaces.
  2. Enter the message to send as prompted. Press Ctrl+Z or Enter to end message input and press Ctrl+C to end the current operation.
  3. At the system prompt, choose Y to send the message and N to cancel message sending.

Automatically Searching for the undo Command in the Upper-level View

When you run the undo command not registered with the current view, the system returns to the upper-level view to search for this undo command. If the undo command can be found, it takes effect. If the undo command cannot be found, the system continues to search for it in the next upper-level view until the system view.

  1. Run the system-view command to display the system view.

  2. Run the matched upper-view command to enable the undo command to run in the upper-level view.

    By default, the undo command does not automatically match the upper-level view.

    NOTE:

    The matched upper-view command is only valid for current login users who run this command.

    You are not advised to configure the undo command to automatically match the upper-level view, unless necessary.

Locking a User Interface

When you need to temporarily leave the operation terminal, lock the user interface to prevent unauthorized users from operating the terminal.

  1. Run the lock command to lock the user interface.
  2. Enter the lock password and confirm password as prompted.
    <Huawei> lock
    Enter Password(<8-128>):
    Confirm Password:
    Info: The terminal is locked.

    After you run the lock command, the system prompts you to enter the lock password and confirm password. If the two passwords are the same, the current interface is locked successfully.

    To unlock the user interface, you must press Enter and enter the correct login password as prompted.

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Updated: 2019-05-20

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