Here is the Cisco IOS XR Management Configuration mentioned that Ability to log into non-SDR using admin plan authentication, so if i'm in admin mode, how can I access into non-SDR from here instead of telnet into it.
The root-system user has the following privileges:
Access to administration EXEC and administration configuration commands.
Ability to create and delete non-owner SDRs.
Ability to assign nodes (RPs, distributed route processors [DRPs], and line cards) to SDRs.
Ability to create other users with similar or lower privileges.
Complete authority over the chassis.
Ability to log in to non-owner SDRs using admin plane authentication. Admin plane authentication allows the root-system user to log in to a non-owner SDR regardless of the configuration set by the root-lr user.
Ability to install and activate software packages for all SDRs or for a specific SDR .
Ability to view the following admin plane events (owner SDR logging system only):
I have never heard of a command to configure a non-owner SDR like that, but I went to double check and here is what the documentation says.
"Administration modes cannot be used to configure the features within a non-owner SDR, or view the router configuration for a non-owner SDR. After the SDR is created, users must log into the non-owner SDR directly to change the local configuration and manage the SDR."
The non-owner SDR holds a seperate configuration, AAA config, admin config, etc. The only way for the owner SDR to see a non-owner is to go into admin mode and do commands there (such as show platform), as well as configuring the SDR from admin-config. However, all interface commands are limited to being started from config mode.
You will have to console into the non-owner SDR to set it up for the first time as Alex mentioned. You can setup the usernames and passwords from the owner SDR, but beyond that everything is controlled by the individual SDR such as VTY settings, MgmtEth interfaces, etc.
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