User Interface

Created: Jan 21, 2020 08:11:31Latest reply: Jan 21, 2020 08:22:04 67 4 0 0
  Rewarded Hi-coins: 0 (problem resolved)

Hello everyone,

user interface

There are only two user interfaces in the documentation. But the output of the display user-interface shows that there is another one called LTT.

user interface


What is this user interface used for? When will it be needed?

Thank you!


  • x
  • convention:

Featured Answers
Popeye_Wang
Admin Created Jan 21, 2020 08:22:04 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello Sprout,

Both console and VTY are configurable user interfaces. In fact, there are two types of user interfaces that are not configurable: LTT and web.

The LTT user interface is used in the following scenarios: 

1. Run the local-telnet command in the diagnostic view to log in to the slave MPU. 

showimage-1430932125-692931-9469a5448a40

2. Login to the device through the console interface on the slave MPU. 

showimage-1430932151-692931-f10a577ff42a

The local-telnet function provides a method for logging in to the slave MPU to locate faults. You can use this method to check whether the configurations on the slave MPU are the same as those on the master MPU. The LTT is also used when you log in to the device through the console interface of the MPU. This is because the Telnet login is simulated, that is, by redirecting the login through the console interface to Telnet.


Any further questions, let us know!


  • x
  • convention:

Sprout
Sprout Created Jan 21, 2020 08:23:11
Thanks.  
E.DR_91
MVE Created Jan 21, 2020 08:16:39 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Console user interface: manages and monitors users who log in through the console port. A device provides the EIA/TIA-232 DCE console port. The serial port of a user terminal can be directly connected to the console port of the device for local access. The console user interface is also used to manage and monitor users who log in through a mini USB port. When user logs in stack system through the non-master switche console port ,the format is LTT 0

Console user interface numbering: CON 0. When user logs in stack system through the non-master switche console port,the format is LTT 0.


  • x
  • convention:

Sprout
Sprout Created Jan 21, 2020 08:23:06
Thanks.  
I%20am%20an%20information%20Technology%20Engineer%3B%20I%20work%20as%20Head%20of%20section%20in%20Management%20Information%20System%20with%20over%20five%20years%20of%20experience%20specializing%20in%20Software%20Testing.%20I%20am%20looking%20forward%20to%20growing%20my%20management%20skills%20to%20develop%20and%20inspire%20my%20team%20and%20I%20am%20a%20MVE%20in%20this%20forum
All Answers
E.DR_91
E.DR_91 MVE Created Jan 21, 2020 08:16:39 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Console user interface: manages and monitors users who log in through the console port. A device provides the EIA/TIA-232 DCE console port. The serial port of a user terminal can be directly connected to the console port of the device for local access. The console user interface is also used to manage and monitor users who log in through a mini USB port. When user logs in stack system through the non-master switche console port ,the format is LTT 0

Console user interface numbering: CON 0. When user logs in stack system through the non-master switche console port,the format is LTT 0.


  • x
  • convention:

Sprout
Sprout Created Jan 21, 2020 08:23:06
Thanks.  
I%20am%20an%20information%20Technology%20Engineer%3B%20I%20work%20as%20Head%20of%20section%20in%20Management%20Information%20System%20with%20over%20five%20years%20of%20experience%20specializing%20in%20Software%20Testing.%20I%20am%20looking%20forward%20to%20growing%20my%20management%20skills%20to%20develop%20and%20inspire%20my%20team%20and%20I%20am%20a%20MVE%20in%20this%20forum
Popeye_Wang
Popeye_Wang Admin Created Jan 21, 2020 08:22:04 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello Sprout,

Both console and VTY are configurable user interfaces. In fact, there are two types of user interfaces that are not configurable: LTT and web.

The LTT user interface is used in the following scenarios: 

1. Run the local-telnet command in the diagnostic view to log in to the slave MPU. 

showimage-1430932125-692931-9469a5448a40

2. Login to the device through the console interface on the slave MPU. 

showimage-1430932151-692931-f10a577ff42a

The local-telnet function provides a method for logging in to the slave MPU to locate faults. You can use this method to check whether the configurations on the slave MPU are the same as those on the master MPU. The LTT is also used when you log in to the device through the console interface of the MPU. This is because the Telnet login is simulated, that is, by redirecting the login through the console interface to Telnet.


Any further questions, let us know!


  • x
  • convention:

Sprout
Sprout Created Jan 21, 2020 08:23:11
Thanks.  

Comment

Reply
You need to log in to reply to the post Login | Register

Notice Notice: To protect the legitimate rights and interests of you, the community, and third parties, do not release content that may bring legal risks to all parties, including but are not limited to the following:
  • Politically sensitive content
  • Content concerning pornography, gambling, and drug abuse
  • Content that may disclose or infringe upon others ' commercial secrets, intellectual properties, including trade marks, copyrights, and patents, and personal privacy
Do not share your account and password with others. All operations performed using your account will be regarded as your own actions and all consequences arising therefrom will be borne by you. For details, see " Privacy."
If the attachment button is not available, update the Adobe Flash Player to the latest version!
Login and enjoy all the member benefits

Login and enjoy all the member benefits

Login