system : replacemsg-group
 
replacemsg-group
Use this command to define replacement messages for your VDOM, overriding the corresponding global replacement messages.
Syntax
To create a VDOM-specific replacement message:
config system replacemsg-group
edit default
config <msg_category>
edit <msg_type>
set buffer <message>
set format <format>
set header <header_type>
end
end
To remove a VDOM-specific replacement message, restoring the global replacement message:
config system replacemsg-group
edit default
config <msg_category>
delete <msg_type>
end
Variable
Description
Default
buffer <message>
Type a new replacement message to replace the current replacement message. Maximum length 8 192 characters.
Depends on message type.
comment <comment_str>
Optionally, enter a descriptive comment.
No default
format <format>
Set the format of the message:
html
text
none
No default
header <header_type>
Set the format of the message header:
8bit
http
none
Depends on message type.
<msg_category>
The category of replacement message. This corresponds to the field following replacemsg in the global system replacemsg command. For example, the http category includes the messages defined globally in the system replacemsg http command.
No default
<msg_type>
The message type. This corresponds to the final field in the global system replacemsg command. For example, to create a new login message for your SSL VPN, you would set <msg_category> to sslvpn and <msg_type> to sslvpn-login.
No default