Use action cli to add a CLI action to a monitor policy.
Use undo action to remove an action.
action number cli command-line
undo action number
Monitor policies do not contain any actions.
CLI-defined policy view
Predefined user roles
number: Specifies an action ID in the range of 0 to 231.
cli command-line: Specifies the command line to be executed when the event occurs. You can enter
abbreviated forms of command keywords, but you must make sure the forms can uniquely identify the
command keywords. For example, you can enter dis cu for the display current-configuration command.
You can configure a series of actions to be executed in response to the event specified in a monitor policy.
EAA executes the actions in ascending order of action IDs. When you add actions to a policy, you must
make sure the execution order is correct.
To execute a command in a view other than user view, you must define actions required for accessing the
target view before defining the command execution action. In addition, you must number the actions in
the order they should be executed, starting with entering system view.
For example, to shut down an interface, you must create three actions: the first action for entering system
view, the second action for entering interface view, and the third action for shutting down the interface.
You can specify EAA environment variable names instead of specifying specific values for an argument.
For more information about using EAA environment variables, see
# Configure the CLI-defined policy test to shut down GigabitEthernet 3/0/1 when the policy is triggered.
[Sysname] rtm cli-policy test
[Sysname-rtm-test] action 1 cli system-view
[Sysname-rtm-test] action 2 cli interface GigabitEthernet 3/0/1