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Managing individual FIMs and FPMs from the CLI

From any CLI, you can use the execute load-balance slot manage <slot> command to log into the CLI of different FIMs and FPMs. You can use this command to view the status or configuration of the module, restart the module, or perform other operations. You should not change the configuration of individual FIMs or FPMs because this can cause configuration synchronization errors.

<slot> is the slot number of the slot that you want to log in to.

After you log in to a different module in this way, you can't use the execute load-balance slot manage command to log in to another module. Instead you must use the exit command to revert back to the CLI of the component that you originally logged in to. Then you can use the execute load-balance slot manage command to log into another module.

Managing individual FIMs and FPMs from the CLI

From any CLI, you can use the execute load-balance slot manage <slot> command to log into the CLI of different FIMs and FPMs. You can use this command to view the status or configuration of the module, restart the module, or perform other operations. You should not change the configuration of individual FIMs or FPMs because this can cause configuration synchronization errors.

<slot> is the slot number of the slot that you want to log in to.

After you log in to a different module in this way, you can't use the execute load-balance slot manage command to log in to another module. Instead you must use the exit command to revert back to the CLI of the component that you originally logged in to. Then you can use the execute load-balance slot manage command to log into another module.