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Cisco APIC Management Access Policy via CLI?

In APIC, the status (enabled/disabled) of HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, and Telnet state can be viewed in the following path:

APIC > Fabric > Fabric Policies > Pod Policies > Policies > Management Access

What is the equivalent command for this? I need to get this info via SSH.

APIC# show f?
 fabric-recovery  Show fabric recovery information
 faults           Show fault information
 fips             Show FIPS information
 firmware         Show firmware information
 flow             Show Netflow information
APIC# 

 

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Re: Cisco APIC Management Access Policy via CLI?

Hi,

 

What you are looking for is here:

apic# show running-config comm-policy 
# Command: show running-config comm-policy
# Time: Wed Apr  1 11:04:55 2020
  comm-policy default
    ssh-service
      admin-state-enable
      exit
    telnet
      no admin-state-enable
      exit
    shellinabox
      exit
    http
      admin-state-enable
      no redirect
      no allow-credential
      visore-access-enable
      enable-throttle
      exit
    https
      admin-state-enable
      allow-credential
      visore-access-enable
      enable-throttle
      use-keyring default
      exit
    performance
      no admin-state-enable
      exit
    exit

Regards,

Sergiu

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Re: Cisco APIC Management Access Policy via CLI?

Hi,

 

What you are looking for is here:

apic# show running-config comm-policy 
# Command: show running-config comm-policy
# Time: Wed Apr  1 11:04:55 2020
  comm-policy default
    ssh-service
      admin-state-enable
      exit
    telnet
      no admin-state-enable
      exit
    shellinabox
      exit
    http
      admin-state-enable
      no redirect
      no allow-credential
      visore-access-enable
      enable-throttle
      exit
    https
      admin-state-enable
      allow-credential
      visore-access-enable
      enable-throttle
      use-keyring default
      exit
    performance
      no admin-state-enable
      exit
    exit

Regards,

Sergiu

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