Telnet timeout period configuration method on an AR router

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In the user interface view, run the idle-timeout < minutes > [< seconds >] command to set user connection timeout period.
By default, the user connection timeout period is five minutes.
If the period is set to 0 or the value is too long, a terminal will hang in login state, which poses a security risk. You are advised to run a lock command to lock the current connection.

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Telnet account permission configuration method on an AR router
In the user interface view, run the user privilege level command to configure user priorities in the user interface. If the user access permission configured in user interface conflicts with the actual operation permission, the actual operation permission prevails.

Method of configuring Telnet through the web NMS on an AR router
The method of configuring Telnet through the web NMS on an AR router is as follows: I. Enable the Telnet service. 1. Log in to the web NMS, and choose System Management > System Configuration > Service Management to enter the service management page. 2. Select Enabled of Telnet Service to enable the Telnet service. 3. Click Apply. II. Configure an account and a password for Telnet login. 1. Choose User Management > User Management. 2. Click the modify icon to change the default user admin and configure Telnet as an access type. Alternatively, click Create User to create an administrator account for Telnet login, configure a user name and a password, and select Telnet for Access type. 3. Click OK.

Configure the connection timeout period for Telnet users on S series switches configured with AAA authentication
In general, you can run the idle-time out command in the VTY interface view of an S series switch (except the S1700 switch) to configure the connection timeout period for Telnet users. However, when AAA authentication is configured, the value of the idle-timeout parameter set in the VTY interface view is invalid. The value of the idle-timeout parameter set in the AAA view takes effect.

Telnet login and authentication mode configuration method on an AR router
In the user interface view, run the authentication-mode { password | aaa } command to configure a user authentication mode.

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