command. Table 9: Variable definitions Variable Value block-snmp Activates or disables Simple Network Management Protocol management. The default value is false (disabled), which permits SNMP access. debug-config [file] Activates or disables run-time debugging of the configuration file. If you activate debugging, line-by-line configuration file processing appears on the console during CPU initialization. The default value is disabled. File logs the debug-config output to /extflash/debugconfig.txt If you change the debug-config variable value, you must restart the switch. debugmode Controls whether the switch stops in debug mode following a fatal error. Debug mode provides information equivalent to the trace commands. If you enable this flag, the switch does not restart following a fatal error. The default value is disabled. If you change this parameter, you must restart the switch. Important: Do not change this parameter unless directed by Avaya. fabric-profile <1–3> Configures the system to give preference to one type of traffic over the other in times of over subscription. The values are • 1: balanced • 2: unicast optimized • 3: multicast optimized If you change this parameter, you must restart the switch. The default profile is 1, balanced. factorydefaults Specifies whether the switch uses the factory default settings at startup. The default value is disabled. This flag is Platform functionality and system handling 26 Platform Migration June 2012 Comments? [email protected]
Variable Value automatically reset to the default setting after the CPU restarts. If you change this parameter, you must restart the switch. ftpd Activates or disables the FTP server on the switch. The default value is disabled. To enable FTP, ensure that the tftpd flag is disabled. ha-cpu Activates or disables High Availability (HA) mode. Switches with two CPUs use HA mode to recover quickly from a failure of one of the CPUs. If you enable or disable High Availability mode, the secondary CPU resets automatically to load settings from the saved configuration file. hsecure Activates or disables High Secure mode. The hsecure command provides the following password behavior: • 10 character enforcement • aging time • failed login attempt limitation The default value is disabled. If you enable High Secure mode, you must restart the switch to enforce secure passwords. If you operate the switch in High Secure mode, the switch prompts a password change if you enter invalid-length passwords. logging The logging command is used to activate or disable system logging. The default value is enabled. The system names log files according to the following: • File names appear in 8.3 (log.xxxxxxxx.sss) format. • The first 6 characters of the file name contain the last three bytes of the chassis base MAC address.
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