The Private CLI Settings records the access credentials used in Network Change Management for a device. By default, after you configure and tune the Private Network Settings, the private credentials will be recorded in the Private CLI Settings for each successfully accessed device.
▪Management IP — the IP address of the interface used to access the device. By default, it is the same with that in Shared Device Settings and can be changed by Tuning Private Network Settings if the current one cannot be accessed.
▪Telnet/SSH login credential — the username and password used to log in to the device. By default, these credentials come from the Tuning Private CLI Settings process and are only available for the user who configured them in Configuring Private Network Settings.
▪Privileged mode login credential — the username and password used to enter the privileged mode of the device. By default, these credentials are synchronized from Shared Device Settings.
To change the credentials types (private or shared) used in the Private CLI Settings, see Managing Network Change Credentials for more details.
To modify the Private CLI Settings for a device, see Configuring Private CLI Settings for more details.