Aug 14, 2013 · Enter a "*" to allow access to all clients; this is the default. Enter a "-" to disable access to the server. NOTE: this option used to be called telnet.hosts, and in fact that is still an alias for this option. This value is ignored for telnet if telnet.access is set, and is ignored for administrative HTTP if httpd.admin.access is set. The only two options i see different from you are . httpd.autoindex.enable is set to on - but that's mainly for http server. httpd.admin.hostsequiv.enable
Note: While an overtemperature shutdown is considered graceful, there are hardware issues that can occur. The longer that the filers are running at these temperatures, the higher the temperature can get in the datacenter which will make it take longer to cool the environment down to the point where we can restart the filers. options protocol.access if=interface_name. protocol is the name of the protocol you want to allow access to the storage system. It can be rsh, telnet, ssh, httpd, httpd.admin, snmp, ndmpd, snapmirror, or snapvault. hostname is the name of the host to which you want to allow access by using protocol.