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Mysocketio login#

Description#

The login sub-command under the tools mysocketio command performs a login to mysocketio service and saves the acquired authentication token1.

The token is saved as $PWD/.mysocketio_token file.

Usage#

containerlab tools mysocketio login [local-flags]

Flags#

email#

With mandatory --email | -e flag user sets an email address used to register with mysocketio service

password#

The --password | -p sets the password for a user. If flag is not set, the prompt will appear on the terminal to allow for safe enter of the password.

Examples#

# Login with password entered from the prompt
containerlab tools mysocketio login -e myemail@dot.com
Password:
INFO[0000] Written mysocketio token to a file /root/containerlab/.mysocketio_token

# Login with password passed as a flag
containerlab tools mysocketio login -e myemail@dot.com -p Pa$$word
Password:
INFO[0000] Written mysocketio token to a file /root/containerlab/.mysocketio_token

  1. Authentication token is used to publish ports of a containerlab nodes. 



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