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Nicolausf
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IRF basic doubt

A basic doubt about stack configuration.

Do i need to set password to authenticate console login on the slave appliance?

User-interface commands seems to be disabled...

 

Thanks for help.

 

Nicola

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cyndering
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Re: IRF basic doubt

Should have same access on all console ports of the irf stack.  what hardware? Comware 5 or 7?

Peter_Debruyne
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Re: IRF basic doubt

yes, this can be confusing in the beginning.

The aux port ID follows the IRF member ID, but -1.

So switch IRF ID 1 has aux 0, ID 3 has aux 2 etc.

 

So yes, you need to configure the console port of each member if you want security.

The default config of most people (user-int aux 0) only secures the switch ID 1 of the IRF system.

 

If you have an IRF with units 1,2,3,4 you can just use a range like for the vty:

user-int aux 0 3

 auth scheme

 

Provisioning is not supported, so you can only configure the console ports of the devices which are actually online.

 

Hope this clarifies the config,

Best regards,Peter

Nicolausf
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Re: IRF basic doubt

Thanks for your help...
For information hardware is 5120ei

Best Regards
Nicola