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This section provides information on logging into and exiting the command line interface.
Perform the following steps to login to CLI at System level:
Use PuTTY or other terminal emulator to connect to the server on port 22.
At the login prompt, enter login ID and password. The default login and password name is “admin”.
login as: admin email@example.com's password: *****
A message similar to the following appears:
admin connected from 10.11.12.13 using ssh on sbx1.eng.sonusnet.com Your last successful login was at 2013-8-22 11:45:1 Your last successful login was from 127.0.0.1 admin@server1>
As a security measure, the following information may display upon login depending upon user access activity against your system. In the example above, items 1 and 2 display after a successful login.
admin connected from 10.11.12.111 using ssh on MYSBC Your last successful login was at 2014-5-15 18:32:21 Your last successful login was from 10.11.12.111 Your last unsuccessful login was at 2014-5-15 18:33:7 Your last unsuccessful login was from 220.127.116.11 There was 1 unsuccessful login attempt after your last login
Rows 4, 5 and 6 display only when logging in immediately after an unsuccessful login to serve as a warning about a possible unauthorized attempt to access your system.
To exit the System-level CLI, type exit at the prompt. For example,
Depending upon your method to access CLI, either a message similar to the following appears or your terminal session closes.
Connection to MYSBC closed