Network OS Administration Guide

Supporting Network OS 6.0.1a

Part Number: 53-1003768-04

Setting the default zoning mode

  1. In privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal command to enter the global configuration mode.
  2. Enter one of the following commands, depending on the default access mode you want to configure:
    • To set the default access mode to All Access, enter zoning enabled-configuration default-zone-access allaccess.
    • To set the default access mode to No Access, enter zoning enabled-configuration default-zone-access noaccess.
  3. Enter the zoning enabled-configuration cfg-action cfg-save or zoning enabled-configuration cfg-name command to commit the ongoing transaction and save the access mode change to nonvolatile memory.
  4. Enter the show running-config zoning enabled-configuration command to verify the access mode change.

    Example of setting the default zoning mode to no access:

    switch# configure terminal
    Entering configuration mode terminal
    switch(config)# zoning enabled-configuration default-zone-access noaccess
    switch(config)# zoning enabled-configuration cfg-action cfg-save
    switch(config)# do show running-config zoning enabled-configuration
    zoning enabled-configuration cfg-name cfg1
    zoning enabled-configuration default-zone-access noaccess
    zoning enabled-configuration cfg-action cfg-save