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Display terminal session max-number

Display terminal session max-number

Display terminal session max-number command is used to query the maximum number of users who are permitted to log in through the CLI at a time. After the command is executed successfully, the system displays the maximum number of users who are permitted to log in through the CLI at a time.  

Format:
display terminal session max-number

Modes:
Privilege mode

Level:
Super user level

Usage Guidelines:
Run the terminal session max-number command to configure the maximum number of login users.

Example:
To query the maximum number of users who are permitted to log in through the CLI at a time, do as follows:

BD-Huawei#display terminal session max-number
  The terminal session max-number is set to 22 currently. The default terminal
 session max-number is 22

System Response:

  • The system displays the message “The terminal session max-number is set to x currently. The default terminal session max-number is x” after this command is executed successfully. “x” is the maximum number of users.
Display terminal session max-number

Display terminal session max-number

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Display terminal session max-number was last modified: November 6th, 2015 by Shahed

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