HP PROCURVE 6208M-SX Installation And Getting Started Manual: Access And Management Features

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Installation and Getting Started Guide
Showing System Defaults
You can display the defaults for system parameters using the following method.
USING THE CLI
To display the default information, enter the following command from any level of the CLI:
show default [values]
If you specify "default" but not the optional "values", the default states for parameters that can either be enabled or
disabled are displayed. If you also specify "values", the default values and configurable ranges for various tables
are displayed.
Here is an example of the information displayed by the show default command on an HP 9308M routing switch.
HP9300# show default
spanning tree disabled
auto sense port speed
no username assigned
system traps enabled
rip disabled
when ip routing enabled :
ip irdp enabled
ip rarp enabled
dvmrp disabled
vrrp disabled
when rip enabled :
rip type:v2 only
ipx disabled
See the Command Line Interface Reference for additional examples.
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
You cannot display the system defaults using the Web management interface.
NOTE: You can display and configure the sizes of various tables such as the MAC, ARP, and IP tables by
selecting the Parameters link from the System configuration sheet. See "Displaying and Modifying System
Parameter Default Settings" on page 9-58.

Access and Management Features

The following sections describe the access and management features listed in Table 7.1 on page 7-1.
Secure Shell (SSH)
Secure Shell (SSH) is a mechanism for allowing secure remote access to an HP device. SSH provides a function
similar to Telnet. Users can log into and configure the device using a publicly or commercially available SSH client
program, just as they can with Telnet. However, unlike Telnet, which provides no security, SSH provides a secure,
encrypted connection to the device.
SSH supports Arcfour, IDEA, Blowfish, DES (56-bit) and Triple DES (168-bit) data encryption methods. Nine
levels of data compression are available. You can configure your SSH client to use any one of these data
compression levels when connecting to an HP device.
HP's implementation of SSH supports two kinds of user authentication:
7 - 6
port untagged
no password assigned
sntp disabled
ospf disabled
ip load-sharing enabled
ip bcast forward enabled
pim/dm disabled
srp disabled
rip poison rev enabled
appletalk disabled
port flow control on
boot sys flash primary
radius disabled
bgp disabled
ip proxy arp enabled

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