vserver services access-check name-mapping show

Display or verify name mapping configuration

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The vserver services access-check name-mapping show command tests the name mapping configuration for the specified Vserver on the specified node. The command can perform name mapping for Kerberos to UNIX, Windows to UNIX, and UNIX to Windows directions.

Parameters

[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
The name of the node on which the command is executed.
-vserver <vserver> - Vserver
The name of the Vserver.
-direction {krb-unix|win-unix|unix-win} - Mapping Direction
The mapping direction.
-name <text> - Name
The username.
[-clientIp <IP Address>] - Client IP Address
The IP address of the client as specified by the user

Examples

This example shows a name mapping on Vserver "vs1" from UNIX username "root," which is mapped to a Windows name "EXAMPLE\Administrator" on node "node2."
cluster1::vserver services access-check*> name-mapping show -vserver vs1 -direction unix-win -name root -node node2
root maps to EXAMPLE\Administrator
This example shows a name mapping on Vserver "vs1" from Windows name "EXAMPLE\Administrator" to a UNIX name "root."
cluster1::vserver services access-check*> name-mapping show -vserver vs1 -direction win-unix -name EXAMPLE\Administrator -node node2
EXAMPLE\Administrator maps to root