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CLI Viewer Configuration Page Options

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>CLI Tools>CLI Viewer.

    The CLI Viewer page appears, showing the current configuration running on the device.

    Note 

    • The configuration statements appear in a fixed order irrespective of the order in which you configured the routing platform. The top of the configuration displays a timestamp indicating when the configuration was last changed and the current version.

    • Each level in the hierarchy is indented to indicate each statement's relative position in the hierarchy. Each level is generally set off with braces, using an open brace ({) at the beginning of each hierarchy level and a closing brace (}) at the end. If the statement at a hierarchy level is empty, the braces are not displayed. Each leaf statement ends with a semicolon (;), as does the last statement in the hierarchy.

    • The indented representation is used when the configuration is displayed or saved as an ASCII file. However, when you load an ASCII configuration file, the format of the file is not so strict. The braces and semicolons are required, but the indention and use of new lines are not required in ASCII configuration files.

  2. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

See Also

CLI Editor Configuration Page Options

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>CLI Tools>CLI Editor.

    The CLI Editor configuration page appears. This page allows you to configure all routing platform services that you can configure from the Junos CLI.

  2. Navigate to the hierarchy level you want to edit. Edit the candidate configuration using standard text editor operations—insert lines (with the Enter key), delete lines, modify, copy, and paste text.
  3. Click Commit to load and commit the configuration. This saves the edited configuration, which replaces the existing configuration. The device checks the configuration for the correct syntax before committing it. If any errors occur when the configuration is loading or committed, they are displayed and the previous configuration is restored.
  4. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Note When you edit the ASCII configuration file, you can add comments of one or more lines. Comments must precede the statement they are associated with. If you place the comments in other places in the file, such as on the same line after a statement or on a separate line following a statement, they are removed when you click Commit. Comments must begin and end with special characters. For more information, see the Junos OS CLI User Guide.

See Also

Point and Click Configuration Page Options

Procedure

  1. Select Configure>CLI Tools>Point and Click CLI.

    The Configuration page appears. Table 264 explains how to edit the configuration on a series of pages of clickable options that step you through the hierarchy. Table 265 lists key J-Web configuration editor tasks and their functions.

    Note Options changes for each device. For a device, if a feature is not yet configured, you have the option to first configure the feature. If the feature is already configured, you have the option to edit or delete the feature on that particular device.

  2. Click one:
    • Refresh—Refreshes and updates the display with any changes to the configuration made by other users.

    • Commit—Verifies edits and applies them to the current configuration file running on the device.

    • Discard—Removes edits applied to, or deletes existing statements or identifiers from, the candidate configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 264: Point and Click Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Configuration

Specifies that you can edit the selected configuration on a series of pages of clickable options that step you through the hierarchy. The options available are:

  • Expand all—Expands the hierarchy of all statements.

  • Hide all—Hides the hierarchy of all statements.

  • (+)—Expands an individual statement in the hierarchy.

  • (–)—Hides an individual statement in the hierarchy.

Click one option.

Table 265: J-Web Configuration Editor Page Details

Field FunctionAction

Access

Specifies that you can edit or delete access and user authentication methods to the device. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Accounting options

Specifies that you can configure accounting options such as log data about basic system operations and services on the device. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Applications

Specifies that you can edit or delete applications functions of the Junos OS and their properties on the device. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Chassis

Specifies that you can configure alarms and other chassis properties on the device. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Class of service

Specifies that you can edit or delete the Class-of-Service feature. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click one option.

Ethernet switching options

Specifies that you can configure Ethernet switching options on the device. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Event options

Specifies that you can configure diagnostic event policies and actions associated with each policy. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Firewall

Specifies that you can configure stateless firewall filters—also known as ACLs—on the device. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Forwarding options

Specifies that you can configure forwarding option protocols, including flow monitoring, accounting properties, and packet capture. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Interfaces

Specifies that you can edit or delete interfaces on the device. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Multicast snooping options

Specifies that you can configure multicast snooping options. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Poe

Specifies that you can edit or delete Power over Ethernet options on the device. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Policy options

Specifies that you can configure routing policies that control information from routing protocols that the device imports into its routing table and exports to its neighbors. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Protocols

Specifies that you can edit or delete routing protocols, including Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), OSPF, RIP, Routing Information Protocol Next Generation (RIPng), and BGP. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Routing instances

Specifies that you can configure a hierarchy to configure routing instances. The options available re:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Routing options

Specifies that you can edit or delete protocol-independent routing properties. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Schedulers

Specifies that you can determine the day and time when security policies are in effect. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Security

Specifies that you can edit or delete the rules for the transit traffic and the actions that need to take place on the traffic as it passes through the firewall; and to monitor the traffic attempting to cross from one security zone to another. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click an option.

Services

Specifies that you can configure real-time performance monitoring (RPM) on the device. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click an option.

Smtp

Specifies that you can configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Snmp

Specifies that you can configure Simple Network Management Protocol for monitoring router operation and performance. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click an option.

System

Specifies that you can edit or delete system management functions, including the device’s hostname, address, and domain name; the addresses of the DNS servers; user login accounts, including user authentication and the root-level user account; time zones and NTP properties; and properties of the device’s auxiliary and console ports. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click one option.

Vlans

Specifies that you can edit or delete a virtual LAN. The options available are:

  • Edit—Edits the feature.

  • Delete—Deletes the feature.

Click one option.

Wlan

Specifies that you can configure a wireless local area network. The option available is:

  • Configure—Configures the feature.

Click the option.

Access profile

Access profile name

Specifies the access profile name.

Enter an access profile name.

Advanced

Add new entry

Specifies that you can add a new identifier to a statement.

Click Add new entry to add a new identifier.

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