- Sentinel 100
- Sentinel 400
- Mediatrix S7 and S7 LP Series
- Mediatrix G7 Series
- Mediatrix C7 Series
- Mediatrix 4100 Series
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- Mediatrix LP Series
The Command Line Interface (CLI) provides an access to interactively configure all the Mediatrix unit parameters.
The CLI is accessed through either a secure SSH session (default) or an unsecure TELNET session. When using a secure SSH session, all communications between Client and server are encrypted before being sent over the network, thus packet sniffers are unable to extract user names, passwords, and other potentially sensitive data. This is the default and recommended way to access the Command Line Interface.
The command interpreter interface of the CLI allows the user to browse the unit parameters, write the command lines, and display the system's notification log.
If necessary, you can customise the value of the Cli.InactivityTimeOut and Cli.TelnetPort parameters.
The privacy key must match the privacy key used to encrypt the file.
Remember that when using a Telnet session to access the CLI, communications between Client and server are not secured, thus packet sniffers are able to extract user names, passwords, and other potentially sensitive data. Therefore, Media5 Corporation strongly recommends using an SSH session.
If you are accessing the unit through the CLI for the first time or after a factory reset, you may be presented with a warning message regarding the unit’s identification. You can accept the message and continue.
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