Network Analysis Module Command Reference Guide, 5.0
NAM CLI Commands: show patches - web user
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NAM CLI Commands: show patches - web user

Table Of Contents

NAM CLI Commands:
show patches - web user

show patches

show preferences

show protocol-feature

show remote-storage

show rxcounters

show snmp

show syslog-settings

show system-alerts

show tech-support

show time

show trap-dest

show version

show waas data-source

show waas device

show waas server filter

show web-publication

show web-user

shutdown

snmp

syslog

syslog remote-server

terminal

time

traceroute

trap-dest

upgrade

waas export server-filter-list

waas import server-filter-list

waas server filter

web-publication

web-user


NAM CLI Commands:
show patches - web user


This chapter describes the following NAM CLI commands:

show patches

show preferences

show protocol-feature

show remote-storage

show rxcounters

show snmp

show syslog-settings

show system-alerts

show tech-support

show time

show trap-dest

show version

show waas data-source

show waas device

show waas server filter

show web-publication

show web-user

shutdown

snmp

syslog

syslog remote-server

terminal

time

traceroute

trap-dest

upgrade

waas export server-filter-list

waas import server-filter-list

waas server filter

web-publication

web-user

show patches

To display all of the installed patches, use the show patches command.

show patches

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display all of the installed patches:

Root@localhost# show patches

Related Commands

patch

show preferences

To display the configured preferences for your screen, use the show preferences command.

show preferences

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the configured screen preferences:

root@localhost.cisco.com# show preferences
Entries per screen:   15
Refresh interval:     60 secs
Number of graph bars: 10
Hostname resolution:  Disabled
Data displayed in:    Bytes
Format large number:  No
Number notation:      Commas-dot
root@localhost.cisco.com# 

Related Commands

preferences

show protocol-feature

To display the parsing protocol feature, use the show protocol-feature command.

show protocol-feature

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the parsing protocol feature:

root@NAM.cisco.com# show protocol-feature

show remote-storage

To display the network storage target for report and capture date, use the show remote-storage command.

show remote-storage


Note This command is not supported on the NAM Virtual Blade.


Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported only on NAM-1, NAM-2, NME-NAM-80S, and NME-NAM-120S devices and Cisco NAM 2200 Series appliances.

Examples

This example shows how to display the web user information:

root@localhost.cisco.com# show remote-storage
Description:    iscsi-2
  Type:         iscsi
  Server:       172.20.103.60
  IQN Name:     iqn.2000-05.com.wasabisystems.storagebuilder:cxr1-2|1
  Status:       Mounted
 
Description:    iscsi-3
  Type:         iscsi
  Server:       172.20.103.60
  IQN Name:     iqn.2000-05.com.wasabisystems.storagebuilder:cxr1-3|1
  Status:       Mounted
 
Description:    namlab-pc8
  Type:         nfs
  Server:       namlab-pc8.cisco.com
  Directory:    /home/kluu
  Status:       Mounted
 
root@localhose.cisco.com#

Related Commands

remote-storage nfs

show rxcounters

To display the number of packets received by NAM data ports, use the show rxcounters command.

show rxcounters


Note This command is not valid for the Cisco NAM 2200 Series appliances or the NAM Virtual Blade.


Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported only on NAM-1, NAM-2, and the Branch Router devices.

Examples

This example shows how to display the number of packets received by NAM data ports:

root@nam235Cat6k.cisco.com# show rxcounters
data port 1 rx pkt count: 193327281
data port 2 rx pkt count: 1164
root@nam235Cat6k.cisco.com#

show snmp

To display the SNMP parameters, use the show snmp command.

show snmp

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the SNMP parameters:

Root@localhost# show snmp
SNMP Agent:   mynam.cisco.com   209.265.200.225

SNMPv1:  Enabled
SNMPv2C: Enabled
SNMPv3:  Disabled

community   private  write
community   public   read

trap community   public   112.10.17.237
trap community   public   112.10.17.244

sysDescr         Network Analysis Module (WS-SVC-NAM-2), Version 5.0(1)
Copyright (c) 1999-2007 by cisco Systems, Inc.

sysObjectID      workgroup.1.3.1.1.2.291
sysContact       engineer
sysName          mynam
sysLocation      RMON Lab

Related Commands

snmp

show syslog-settings

To display the NAM system log settings, use the show syslog-settings command.

show syslog-settings

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM system log settings:

root@localhost# show syslog-settings 
Remote server 1: 172.20.98.177 
Remote server 2: 10.0.0.12 
root@localhost# 

Related Commands

syslog

show system-alerts

To display NAM failures or problems, use the show system-alerts command.

show system-alerts

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM system alerts:

Root@localhost# show system-alerts
Jan  1 15:07:31 mynam scpd: scpd: 0x10/44 -> 0x15/0, len 18, op 0x14a, len
 2, flags 0(), seq 65443, ver 0
Jan  1 15:07:31 mynam scpd: scpd: SCP PC Blade REQ from 0x10/44.
Jan  1 15:07:31 mynam scpd: scpd: sub-opcode 6, status 45.
Jan  1 15:07:31 mynam scpd: scpd: SCP PC Shutdown.
Jan  1 15:07:33 mynam scpd: scpd: shutdown of NAM!
Jan  1 15:07:35 mynam rmond[595]: rmond: received QUIT signal! Exiting!
Jan  1 15:07:38 mynam polld: Terminating polld.
Jan  1 15:07:42 mynam configd: SIGTERM recieved.
Jan  1 15:07:42 mynam configd: Terminating with success.
Jan  1 00:02:43 mynam scpd: scpd: 0x10/1 -> 0x15/0, len 18, op 0x14a, len

Related Commands

syslog remote-server

show tech-support

To display technical support information, use the show tech-support command.

show tech-support

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM technical support information:

Root@localhost# show tech-support
PID TTY      STAT   TIME COMMAND
   1 ?        S      0:08 init
   2 ?        SW     0:00 [keventd]
   3 ?        SWN    0:00 [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
   4 ?        SWN    0:00 [ksoftirqd_CPU1]
   5 ?        SW     0:00 [kswapd]
   6 ?        SW     0:00 [bdflush]
   7 ?        SW     0:05 [kupdated]
 238 ?        S      0:00 /usr/local/nam/bin/scpd -l -d/var/log/scpd
 246 ?        SW     0:10 [kjournald]
 474 ?        S      0:01 syslogd -m 0
 477 ?        S      0:00 klogd -2
 501 ?        S      0:00 /usr/sbin/atd

show time

To display NAM time zone or time synchronization settings, use the show time command.

show time

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM time settings:

Root@localhost# show time
NAM synchronize time to:           Switch
Timezone configured on the switch: PDT
Current system time:               Thu May  1 09:29:49 GMT+8 2003

Related Commands

time

show trap-dest

To display all of the NAM trap destinations, use the show trap-dest command.

show trap-dest [trap-index]

Syntax Description

trap-index

(Optional) Displays the trap destinations by the specified trap index.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM trap destinations:

Root@localhost# show trap-dest 
Trap index: 23370
Community:  public
Address:    172.20.98.136
UDP port:   162 (00a2)
Owner:      LocalMgr
Root@localhost# 

Related Commands

trap-dest

show version

To display the NAM version information, use the show version command.

show version

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the NAM version information:

Root@localhost#  show version
NAM application image version: 5.0(1)
Maintenance image version: 2.1(2)
NAM Daughter Card Micro code version: 1.34.1.28 (NAM)
BIOS Version: 4.0-Rel 6.0.9
Installed patches: 

Wed Jun 6, 16:10:27 2007 Patch: nam-dev-patch-3-6-1 Description: Development patch for NAM

Root@localhost#

Related Commands

config clear

show waas data-source

To display the WAAS devices configured on the NAM device, use the show waas data-source command.

show waas data-source [datasrc-index]

Syntax Description

datasrc-index

(Optional) Displays the data source index


Defaults

The default behavior is to show all WAAS data sources unless a specific data source index is specified.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

The show waas data-source command displays information about WAAS data sources currently configured on the NAM.

Examples

The following example shows the system inventory information:

root@nam.cisco.com# show waas data-source 
root@nam.cisco.com#

show waas device

To display the WAAS devices configured on the NAM device, use the show waas device command.

show waas device [ip-address]

Syntax Description

ip-address

IP address of the WAAS device (optional)


Defaults

The default behavior is to show all WAAS devices unless IP address is specified.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

The following example shows the system inventory information:

root@nam.cisco.com# show waas device 
root@nam.cisco.com#

show waas server filter

To show WAAS server filter list, use the show waas server filter command.

show waas server filter

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the waas server filters.

root@nam.cisco.com# show waas server filter
10.0.0.2

show web-publication

To display the web publication hosts configuration information, use the show web-publication command.

show web-publication

Syntax Description

This command has no keywords or arguments.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the web user information:

Root@localhost#  show web-publication
Web publication:     enabled
Allowed hosts:
Access code:
Alarm screens:       disabled
Report screens:      enabled
Voice screens:       enabled
RMON screens:        enabled

Related Commands

web-publication

show web-user

To display the web user information, use the show web-user command.

show web-user [username]

Syntax Description

username

(Optional) Displays the specified user name information.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to display the web user information:

Root@localhost#  show web-user admin
User: admin
----------------------------
Account management: Enabled
System config:      Enabled
Capture:            Enabled
Alarm config:       Enabled
Collection config:  Enabled
Collection view:    Enabled
Console  

Related Commands

web-user

shutdown

To shut down the NAM, use the shutdown command.

shutdown

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to shut down the NAM:

Root@localhost# shutdown
Shut down the NAM? (y/n) [n]: n

Related Commands

exit
logout
preferences

snmp

To configure NAM system MIB objects, use the snmp command.

snmp community community-string { ro | rw }

snmp delete community community-string

snmp contact contact-string

snmp location location-string

snmp name name-string

Syntax Description

community community-string ro | rw

Sets the device community string.

delete community-string

Deletes the device community string.

contact contact-string

Sets the device contact string.

location location-string

Sets the device location.

name name-string

Sets the device name.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to configure NAM system MIB objects:

Root@localhost# snmp community askdfhtjlks.01` contact george location frisco, name al

Related Commands

show snmp

syslog

To enter the system log subcommand mode, and then configure system logging for the NAM, use the syslog command.

syslog

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Usage Guidelines

When you enter the system log subcommand mode, the following commands are available:

cancel—Discards changes and exits from the subcommand mode.

exit—Saves changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the exit command.

help - Displays help

remote-server(Optional) Configures the system log for remote logging, see the "syslog remote-server" command section.

Examples

This example shows how to configure system logging for the NAM:

Root@localhost# syslog
root@localhost.cisco.com(sub-syslog)#

Related Commands

show syslog-settings

syslog remote-server

To capture NAM remote server alarms, use the remote-server subcommand from the syslog subcommand mode.

remote-server disable | [server1 [server2] [server3] [server4] [server5]

Syntax Description

disable

Disables remote server event logging.

server1 server2 server3 server4 server5

(Optional) Specifies the remote server.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Syslog subcommand mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to configure the NAM to capture remote server alarms:

root@localhost# syslog
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to apply changes and come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and come out of this mode.
root@localhost(sub-syslog)# remote-server 10.0.0.7 10.0.0.40
root@localhost(sub-syslog)# exit
NAM syslog settings updated successfully..

Related Commands

audit-trail enable
show syslog-settings
syslog
web-user

terminal

To set the number of lines on a screen for this session, use the terminal command.

terminal editor [enable | disable]

terminal length length

terminal mode { 0 | 1}

Syntax Description

editor [enable | disable]

(Optional) Enables or disables the NAM CLI command editing.

length length

Sets the number of lines per screen for a session.

mode { 0 | 1}

Sets the terminal mode.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to set the number of lines on a session's screen:

root@localhost# terminal length 24
Terminal length for this session set to 24.

Related Commands

config clear

time

To enter the time configuration subcommand mode, and then configure NAM system time settings, use the time command.

time

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Types

Switch command

Command Modes

Privileged

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

When you enter the time configuration subcommand mode, the following commands are available:

cancel—Discards changes and exits from the subcommand mode.

exit—Saves changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the exit command.

sync ntp | switch(Optional) Synchronizes the NAM system time with the Network Time Protocol (NTP) or with the switch.

zone—region-name [zone-name]Synchronizes the time zone with the NAM for use with NTP.

sync router—Synchronizes the NAM time with the router.

This command is specific to the NAM software release running on network modules in the Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 routers.

Examples

This example shows how to configure system time settings on the NAM to synchronizes the time with the switch:

root@hostname.cisco.com# time
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and to come out of this mode.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-time)# ?
?                         - display help
cancel                    - discard changes and exit from subcommand mode
exit                      - exit from subcommand mode
help                      - display help
sync                      - synchronize NAM system time with switch or ntp
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-time)# sync switch
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-time)# exit
Successfully updated NAM system time settings.
NOTE:You have configured the NAM synchronize time to the switch.
For this change to take effect, set the time from the switch or
reset the NAM.
root@hostname.cisco.com# show time
NAM synchronize time to:          Switch
Timezone configured on the switch:PST
Switch time offset to UTC:        0
Current system time:              Thu Mar 20 09:23:14 GMT 2003

This example shows how to configure system time settings on the NAM to synchronize the time with the NTP:

root@hostname.cisco.com# time
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and to come out of this mode.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-time)# sync ntp ntp01.cisco.com ntp02.cisco.com
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-time)# exit
Successfully updated NAM system time settings.
root@hostname.cisco.com# show time
NAM synchronize time to:          NTP
NTP server1:                      ntp01.cisco.com
NTP server2:                      ntp02.cisco.com
Current system time:              Thu Mar 20 09:23:36 GMT 2003
root@hostname.cisco.com# 

Related Commands

show time

traceroute

To trace the route to a network device, use the traceroute command.

traceroute [-I | n | v] [-f first_ttl] [-m max_ttl] [-p port] [-s src_addr] [-t tos] [-w waittime] destination host name | IP address [packetlen]

Syntax Description

-I

(Optional) Specifies that ICMP ECHO is used instead of UDP datagrams.

-n

(Optional) Prints hop addresses numerically.

-v

(Optional) Sets the output to verbose.

-f first_ttl

(Optional) Sets the initial time-to-live used in the first outgoing packet.

-m max_ttl

(Optional) Sets the maximum time-to-live (max number of hops) used.

-p port

(Optional) Sets the base UDP port number used in probes.

-s src_addr

(Optional) Forces the source address to be an address other than the IP address of the interface the packet is sent on.

-t tos

(Optional) Sets the type-of-service in packets to the following value.

-w waittime

(Optional) Sets the time (in seconds) to wait for a response to a probe.

destination

Sets the packet destination.

host

Sets the host.

name

Sets the hostname.

IP address

Sets the IP address

packetlen

(Optional) Set the length of the packet.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to trace a route to a network device named aragon:

root@localhost.cisco.com# traceroute -I -n -v -f first_ttl -p 5 -w 10 aragon 123.34.54.12 
root@localhost.cisco.com# 

trap-dest

To enter the trap destination subcommand mode and create or edit trap destinations on the NAM, use the trap-dest command. To remove a trap destination entry, use the no form of this command.

trap-dest

no trap-dest [control-index]

Syntax Description

control-index

(Optional) Specifies the collection control index. Range is from 1 to 65535.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

When you enter the trap destination subcommand mode, the following commands are available:

address—Sets the trap destination IP address.

cancel—Discards changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the autocreate data-source section.

community community_string—Sets the community string.

exit—Saves changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the exit command.

index index(Optional) Sets the trap index. Range is from 1 to 65535. Default is random.

owner string—(Optional) Specifies the collection owner. Default is monitor.


Note The collections that are configured in the CLI will not be visible in the GUI. For collections that use a GUI screen, you can make them visible in the GUI by using the owner string "LocalMgr."


port(Optional) Sets the UDP port. Default is 162.

Examples

This example shows how to configure traps on the NAM:

root@hostname.cisco.com# trap-dest
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and to come out of this mode.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-trap-dest)# ?
?                         - display help
address                   - set IP address (*)
cancel                    - discard changes and exit from subcommand mode
community                 - set community string (*)
exit                      - exit from subcommand mode
help                      - display help
index                     - set trap index
owner                     - set owner string
port                      - set UDP port
 
(*) - denotes a mandatory field for this configuration.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-trap-dest)# address 10.0.0.1
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-trap-dest)# community public
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-trap-dest)# exit
Trap created successfully.
root@hostname.cisco.com# show trap-dest
Trap index:48981
Community: public
Address:   10.0.0.1
UDP port:  162 (00a2)
Owner:     monitor

root@hostname.cisco.com#

Related Commands

application
audit-trail enable
show trap-dest

upgrade

To download and install a new maintenance image on the NAM, use the upgrade command.

upgrade ftp://user:passwd@host/full-path/filename

Syntax Description

ftp://user:passwd@host/full-path/filename

Path to the location of the upgrade maintenance image.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

This example shows how to download and install a new maintenance image:

Root@localhost# upgrade ftp://alamo:ljljsdf@milton/dir65/abracadabr/dir65/upgrade_now
Root@localhost# 

Related Commands

show patches
show version

waas export server-filter-list

To export WAAS server filter list to a remote host, use the waas export server-filter-list command.

waas export server-filter-list ftp://<username:<password>@<host>/<path>

Syntax Description

ftp://<username:<password>@<host>/<path>

Specifies the remote location reachable by ftp.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

The following example shows how to export the waas server filter list to a remote host:

root@nam.cisco.com# waas export server-filter-list ftp://joe@company.com//waas/configs
root@nam.cisco.com#

waas import server-filter-list

To import the WAAS server filter list from a remote host, use the waas import server-filter-list command.

waas import server-filter-list ftp://<username:<password>@<host>/<path>/<file>

Syntax Description

ftp://<username:<password>@<host>/<path>

Specifies the remote location reachale by ftp.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

The following example shows how to import the waas server filter list from a remote host:

root@nam.cisco.com#  
waas import server-filter-list ftp://joe@company.com//waas/config/svrlist
root@nam.cisco.com# 

waas server filter

To add a WAAS server filter, use the waas import server-filter command. To remove a server filter, use the no form of this command

waas server filter <ip-address>

no waas server filter <ip-address>

Syntax Description

ip-address

Specifes IPV4 of the WAAS server


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

Examples

The following example shows how to add a WAAS server filter and how to remove a WAAS server filter:

root@nam.cisco.com# waas server filter 10.0.0.2
Successfully added server filter.
root@nam.cisco.com# no waas server filter 10.0.0.2
root@nam.cisco.com#

web-publication

To enable and set up a list of hosts that can view the NAM GUI monitoring displays without logging into the NAM, use the web-publication command. To remove web publishing from your configuration, use the no form of this command.

web-publication username

no web-publication

Syntax Description

username

Sets the username.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

When you enter the web user subcommand mode, the following commands are available:

? or help—Displays help; see the help command.

cancel—Discards changes and exits from the subcommand mode.

exit—Saves changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the exit command.

alarm enable | disable—(Optional) Enables or disables web publishing of alarm displays.

allow-hosts WORD—Sets the hosts which are allowed to view web published monitoring displays.

code WORD—Sets the code which allows hosts to view web published monitoring displays.

report enable | disable—(Optional) Enables or disables web publishing report displays.

rmon enable | disable—(Optional) Enables or disables web publishing RMON monitoring displays.

voice enable | disable—(Optional) Enables or disables web publishing voice monitoring displays.

Examples

This example shows how to configure a host to receive web published reports from the NAM:

root@hostname.cisco.com# web-publication
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and to come out of this mode.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-web-publication)# ?

root@hostname.cisco.com#

Related Commands

show web-publication

web-user

To enter the web user configuration subcommand mode, and then configure local web users on the NAM, use the web-user command. To remove a web user from your configuration, use the no form of this command.

web-user

no web-user username

Syntax Description

username

Sets the username.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Command Modes

Command mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is supported on all NAM platforms.

When you enter the web user subcommand mode, the following commands are available:

account-mgmt enable | disable(Optional) Enables or disables the account management privilege.

alarm-config enable | disable(Optional) Enables or disables the alarm configuration privilege.

cancel—Discards changes and exits from the subcommand mode.

capture enable | disable(Optional) Enables or disables the packet capture and decode privilege.

collection-config enable | disable(Optional) Enables or disables the collection configuration privilege.

exit—Saves changes and exits from the subcommand mode; see the exit command.

system-config enable | disable(Optional) Enables or disables the system configuration privilege.

user-name username—Sets the username.

Examples

This example shows how to configure a NAM web user:

root@hostname.cisco.com# web-user
Entering into subcommand mode for this command.
Type 'exit' to come out of this mode.
Type 'cancel' to discard changes and to come out of this mode.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-web-user)# ?
?                         - display help
account-mgmt              - enable/disable account management privilege
alarm-config              - enable/disable alarm configuration privilege
cancel                    - discard changes and exit from subcommand mode
capture                   - enable/disable packet capture/decode privilege
collection-config         - enable/disable collection configuration privilege
exit                      - exit from subcommand mode
help                      - display help
system-config             - enable/disable system configuration privilege
user-name                 - set username (*)
 
(*) - denotes a mandatory field for this configuration.
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-web-user)# user-name foo
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-web-user)# account-mgmt enable
root@hostname.cisco.com(sub-web-user)# exit
No password specified.
Do you want specify password now (y/n) [n] y
Enter password:
Confirm password:
User 'foo' created successfully.
root@hostname.cisco.com# show web-users foo
User name:         foo
Account management:Enabled
System config:     Disabled
Capture:           Disabled
Alarm config:      Disabled
Collection config: Disabled
Collection view:   Enabled
 
root@hostname.cisco.com#

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