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Executing commands when logging on CLI

Silly question probably... but is there a way to configure certain parameters to a different value then the default. I would like to have a "row 0" when logging in and not the default... Also valid for other settings like "set -prompt-timestamp inline"...

 

 

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Re: Executing commands when logging on CLI

Hi

 

i don't think there's an ONTAP way, seems that it's exists in KiTTy:

https://superuser.com/questions/587629/how-to-run-a-remote-command-in-putty-after-login-keep-the-shell-running

 

Gidi

Re: Executing commands when logging on CLI

I was facing a similar issue, you solution worked, thanks for posting.

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