This chapter contains the complete hierarchy of JUNOS configuration statements.
When you are working in configuration mode, the banner on the line preceding the user@host# prompt indicates the current hierarchy level. In this example, the level is [edit protocols ospf]:
- [edit protocols ospf]
Use the set ? command to display the statements that you can include in the configuration at the current level. The help apropos command is also context-sensitive, displaying matching statements only at the current level and below.
Note: In this document, statements are listed alphabetically within each hierarchy and subhierarchy. If a subhierarchy is sufficiently long that it might be difficult to determine where it ends and its next peer statement begins, the subhierarchy appears at the end of its parent hierarchy instead of in alphabetical order. In this case, a placeholder appears in its actual alphabetical position.
For example, at the [edit interfaces interface-name unit logical-unit-number] hierarchy level, the family family-name subhierarchy has more than 20 child statements, including several subhierarchies with child statements of their own. The full family family-name hierarchy appears at the end of its parent hierarchy ([edit interfaces interface-name unit logical-unit-number]), and the following placeholder appears at its actual alphabetical position:
Another exception to alphabetical order is that the disable statement always appears first in any hierarchy that includes it.
Each of the following sections displays the statements at the indicated top level in the configuration hierarchy: