Setting up NIMSH from the command line

Rename the /etc/niminfo file to another name on the NIM client. You also can delete it, but renaming it allows you to keep a copy if you should need it for some reason.

Use the niminit command to register the client with the NIM master.

 # niminit -a name=<client_name> -a master=<master_name> -a connect=nimsh

If OpenSSL is installed on the NIM client and NIMSH is configured as the communication protocol, type the following command on the NIM client to disable cryptographic authentication with NIMSH.

Type the following command on the NIM client:
# nimclient -C