system usb-controller—Enable or disable the USB controller, which drives the external USB ports (on vEdge 1000 and vEdge 2000 series routers only). By default, the USB controller is disabled.
When you change the setting of this command in the configuration, the router reboots immediately, when you press the Enter key. You are prompted before the reboot occurs.
Enabling the USB controller allows you to copy configurations or files from or to a USB stick installed in the router.
Note that for vEdge 100 and vEdge 5000 series routers, the USB controller is enabled by default.
vManage Feature Template
For vEdge 1000 and vEdge 2000 series routers only:
Configuration ► Templates ► System
system [no] usb-controller
Enable the USB controller on a vEdge router:
vEdge(config)# system vEdge(config-system)# usb-controller The following warnings were generated: 'system usb-controller': For this configuration to take effect, this command will cause an immediate device reboot Proceed? [yes, no] yes Starting cleanup Stopping viptela daemon: sysmgr. Rebooting now Broadcast message from root@vEdge (pts/1) (Fri Apr 15 09:53:07 2016): The system is going down for reboot NOW!
Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 15.3.2.