How Can I Log In to a Switch from WIN 7?

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Logging in to a switch from a maintenance terminal running Windows 7
1.Use a serial cable to connect the RS-232 serial port of the maintenance terminal to the console port of the switch.
2.Download and install the PuTTY tool.
3.Double-click PuTTY.exe.
The PuTTY Configuration dialog box is displayed.

4.In the navigation tree on the left, choose Session. Select Serial in the Connection type.
5.In the navigation tree on the left, choose Category > Connection > Serial.
6.Set login parameters.

Select the serial port of the maintenance terminal, for example, COM1. If the maintenance terminal has several serial ports, try COM2 if COM1 is unavailable. Other values are as follows:
Speed (baud): 9600
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1
Parity: none
Flow control: none

7.Click Open. The PuTTY page is displayed prompting login as:.
8.After login as, type your user name and press Enter.
9.After Password, type your password and press Enter.

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How Can I Log In to a Switch from WIN XP?
Perform the following steps to log in to a switch from a maintenance terminal running Windows XP: Logging in to a switch from a maintenance terminal running Windows XP 1.Use a serial cable to connect the RS-232 serial port of the maintenance terminal to the console port of the switch. 2.On the maintenance terminal, choose Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications > Hyper Terminal. The Connection Description dialog box is displayed. 3.In the Name text box, enter a name for the new connection, for example, C1. 4.Click OK. The Connect To dialog box is displayed. 5.In the Connect using drop-down list, select the serial port of the maintenance terminal, for example, COM1. 6.Click OK. The COM1 Properties dialog box is displayed. 7.Click Restore to default. 8.Click OK. The HyperTerminal is started. 9.Choose File > Property. The C1 Properties dialog box is displayed. 10.Click the Settings tab. In the Hyper Terminal drop-down list, choose VT100. 11.Click OK. 12.Press Enter. 13.Enter your password when prompted.

The maximum number of log hosts that can receive logs sent by S series switches
The S series switches (except the S1700) can be configured to send logs to a maximum of eight log hosts (IPv4 and IPv6 log hosts), thus achieving mutual backup among the log hosts.

Can I log in to a backup switch or slave switch from its console port or management interface
In the versions earlier than V200R001, if you log in to a backup switch or slave switch from its console port or management, a message will be displayed, indicating that the current device is an interface card and no command can be used. In V200R001 and later versions, you can log in to a backup or slave switch from the console port or management interface.

Delete local users from S series switches
Run the undo local-user user-name command on an S series switch (except the S1700 switch) to delete a local user. For example, delete the local user user1@vipdomain. [HUAWEI] aaa [HUAWEI-aaa] undo local-user user1@vipdomain Each user has its own user level, and the user can create, delete, or change users whose user level is lower than its. You can run the display local-user command to view the user level.

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