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Working with syscfg


syscfg is a perl script utility for managing CTP system configuration that is separate from CTPOS and circuit (bundle) management. It is the centralized configuration management utility for the CTP functions that are mainly associated with the underlying Linux OS, or other CTP functions which are controlled by separate processes.

Although syscfg does have some built-in help, it can be tricky to use, and was not specifically intended for interactive use. But with a little training, it can be used successfully at the command prompt or with scripts. For starters, lets just show the help display for syscfg:


You can access syscfg as root or a system admin level account on a CTP.