The following table summarizes management policy configuration mode commands:
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Management-Policy Config Mode Commands

Command Description
aaa-login Configures login authentication settings
allowed-locations Configures a user-role based access control to RF Domains and locations
banner Configures the MOTD (message of the day) text
ftp Enables FTP on this management policy
http Enables HTTP on this management policy
https Enables HTTPS on this management policy
idle-session-timeout Sets the interval after which an idle session is terminated
ipv6 (management-policy) Restricts management access to specified hosts and/or subnets based on their IPv6 addresses and prefixes respectively
password-entry Configures user-account lockout and unlock parameters
privilege-mode-password Configures the CLI‘s privilege mode access password
rest-server (management-policy) Enables the REST (Representational State Transfer) server to facilitate device on-boarding
restrict-access Restricts management access to a set of hosts or subnets
snmp-server Sets the SNMP server settings on this management policy
ssh Enables SSH on this management policy
t5 (management-policy) Configures SNMP server settings for T5 devices on this management policy. This command is available only RFS 4000, NX 95XX and NX 96XX platforms.
telnet Enables Telnet on this management policy
user (management-policy) Creates a new user account
service Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance configurations
no (management-policy) Removes or resets this management policy‘s settings


For more information on common commands (clrscr, commit, help, revert, service, show, write, and exit), see Common Commands.


The input parameter <HOSTNAME>, wherever used in syntaxes across this chapter, cannot include an underscore (_) character. In other words, the name of a device cannot contain an underscore.