Cisco OL-5742-01 User Manual
Chapter 18 Configuring SGM Security
Configuring SGM User-Based Access
Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager User Guide
If you want to configure SGM to display a message of the day, you must first
enable the function. To do so, log in as the root user, as described in the
“Becoming the Root User (Solaris Only)” section on page 2-3
, or as a super user,
as described in the
, then enter the following commands:
# cd /opt/CSCOsgm/bin
# ./sgm motd enable
SGM displays the following prompt:
Enter location of the message of the day file: [/opt/CSCOsgm/etc/motd]
To accept the default value, press Enter; or type a different location and press
Enter. SGM displays the following messages:
Setting Message of the Day File to: [/opt/CSCOsgm/etc/motd]
Message of the Day File set to: [/opt/CSCOsgm/etc/motd]
SGM server must be restarted for changes to take effect.
Initially, the file is blank; enter the following command to specify the message
# ./sgm motd edit
You can also use the sgm motd edit command at any time to change the text of
the message of the day.
Closes the Message of the Day dialog and exits the client.
This button is available when there is a message of the day and you launch the
SGM client or GTT client.
Closes the Message of the Day dialog without exiting the client.
This button is available if you displayed the Message of the Day dialog by
selecting View > Message of the Day from the SGM Main Menu.
Field or Button