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Accessing the cluster by using RSH

You can issue RSH requests to the cluster to perform administrative tasks. RSH is not a secure protocol and is disabled by default.

Before you begin

The following conditions must be met before you can use RSH to access the cluster:

About this task

Step

  1. From an administration host, enter the following command:
    rsh hostname_or_IP -l username:password command

    hostname_or_IP is the host name or the IP address of the cluster management LIF or a node management LIF. Using the cluster management LIF is recommended. You can use an IPv4 or IPv6 address.

    command is the command you want to execute over RSH.

Example of an RSH request

The following example shows how the user named "joe", who has been set up with RSH access, can issue an RSH request to run the cluster show command:
admin_host$ rsh 10.72.137.28 -l joe:password system services web show
External Web Services: true
               Status: online
   HTTP Protocol Port: 80
  HTTPs Protocol Port: 443
        TLSv1 Enabled: true
        SSLv3 Enabled: true
        SSLv2 Enabled: false

admin_host$