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Introduction

By setting the function of multi-window command configuration on the user terminal, you can control whether or not to synchronously print the configurations of the same switch from other CLI windows to the current CLI interface.

The CLI window will not synchronously print the configurations of the same switch from other CLI windows to the current CLI interface if disables the function of multi-window command configuration on the user terminal.

Here is an example:

If you open a window, for example Window A, login a switch and set syslog notify off, and then the CLI configurations of this switch on any other terminal window will not be displayed to Window A synchronously. But if you set syslog notify on on Window A, and then CLI configurations of this switch on any other terminal window will be displayed to Window A synchronously.

NOTE

  • The function is window dependent, that is, it will take effect based on CLI windows regardless of the CLI login method (Console or SSH) or the login IP of terminal or the login users.
  • When the window is restarted, the configuration of multi-window command configuration display on the user terminal function will go to the default value.

Configuring Multi-window Command Configuration Display on The User Terminal

Procedure

•   From the ">" prompt, use the following command to disable or enable the function of multi-window command configuration display on the user terminal.

     syslog notify <on | off>

     The default setting is syslog notify on.

Configuration Example

•   Enable the function of multi-window command configuration display on the user terminal.            

admin@Xorplus> syslog notify on

•   Disable the function of multi-window command configuration display on the user terminal.

admin@Xorplus> syslog notify off
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