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COTD: show audit-trail

Note: Aruba 3.x
If you want to see what commands other people have done when configuring a controller, then you can use the "show audit-trail" command.
This command will give you a log trace of all the commands performed by all the system administrators, when it was done and what it was. I strongly recommend you provision management authentication against an external server because this way you can automatically trust the user name present. If everyone always uses "admin" then you have no idea who actually did the command.
Here is an example:
(Greig) #show audit-trail 10
Jul 12 02:29:40 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.250 COMMAND:
Jul 12 02:45:27 fpcli: USER: admin connected from 172.19.2.250 has logged out.
Jul 12 03:34:54 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:34:56 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:35:04 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:36:09 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:36:16 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:36:21 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:36:26 fpcli: USER:admin@172.19.2.244 COMMAND:
Jul 12 03:52:20 fpcli: USER: admin connected from 172.19.2.244 has logged out.
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