Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Operations and Maintenance Guide, Release 6.0.x
Chapter 2 Managing BTS Users and Commands Using EMS
Solaris OS Security and BTShard Package
Additional commands have been added to manage the UNIX services in the BTS 10200. These
commands are available from the CLI/MAINT interface. In addition, these same commands are also
available from the CORBA and bulk-provisioning interface. There are no schemas and tables associated
with these commands. They directly control the UNIX services. These services are only enabled for the
lifetime of the current kernel instance. They are reset to the installed defaults when a kernel reboot is
Table 2-3 describes the system services available using the node command.
Table 2-3 Node Command for UNIX Services
Noun Verb Options Description
Node Change SERVICE [Required]
Must be one of the
SMTP, TIME, FINGER,
LOGIN, SHELL, UUCP,
NFS, LOCKD, X11,
Defines the service to change.
Node Change ENABLE [Required] A Boolean flag [Y/N] that indicates whether to turn
this service on or off.
Node Change NODE [Required] The node name in the BTS 10200 where the service