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config settings

Opens an editor to set the default options that the Lantronix Local Manager uses to interact with the device.

Command availability

CLI resource: port, modem

Device makes: 3Com, Alcatel, Cisco, Comtech EF Data, Garmin, HP, iDirect, Juniper, ND Satcom, Netscreen, Nortel, Sun, Tasman, TippingPoint, native, server

Modem: All

Lantronix Local Managers: All

LMS offerings: All


config settings


[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# config settings
--- Settings Menu ---
1 Assimilated terminal speed: 19200
2 Modify terminal serial speed on assimilation: false
3 Device configuration pull method: console
4 Device configuration push method: xmodem
5 Alternative device configuration push method: tftp
6 Device configuration push retries: 3
7 Automatic configuration rollback: [disabled/manual/automatic] manual
8 Count delay before automatic configuration rollback: 75
9 Issue 'write memory' after configuration rollback: true
10 Verify OS upgrade: true
11 Use manual boot during upgrade, if applicable: true
12 OS image push method: tftp
13 Alternative OS image push method: xmodem
14 Attempt to use XModem-1K (first attempt only): true
15 Save Configuration on change before reboot? true
16 Include current running-config in exports? false
17 Previous OS image not found, continue? true
18 Maximum OS image push retry attempts: 3
19 Device reboot timeout (seconds): 300
20 Force the device to reboot immediately after pushing the OS: true
21 Device pass through timeout(seconds): 300
22 Enable local echo: false
23 Leave old OS if space permits during OS upgrade: true
24 Pull config before 'terminal' if local copy is older than (minutes)? 180
25 Done
Select setting to edit or 25 to end:

In the Lantronix web interface

Inventory > group page > System > Default Port Settings - inherited from this inventory group

Inventory > Local Manager page > System > Default Port Settings - inherited from this system

Inventory > Local Manager page > port detail > Port Settings - specific to this device


3.1 - This command was introduced to replace config preferences.

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