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    Configuration Mode Commands in the Junos OS

    The complete list of Junos command-line interface (CLI) configuration mode commands follows. You can display the list of commands available at a particular hierarchy level by typing the question mark, as shown in the following example. Some commands are displayed only at certain hierarchy levels or in certain modes (such as private configuration mode).

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    user@host# ?
    Possible completions:
    <[Enter]>    Execute this command
    activate     Remove the inactive tag from a statement
    annotate     Annotate the statement with a comment
    commit       Commit current set of changes
    copy         Copy a statement
    deactivate   Add the inactive tag to a statement
    delete       Delete a data element
    edit         Edit a sub-element
    exit         Exit from this level
    extension    Extension operations
    help         Provide help information
    insert       Insert a new ordered data element
    load         Load configuration from ASCII file
    quit         Quit from this level
    rename       Rename a statement
    replace      Replace character string in configuration
    rollback     Roll back to previous committed configuration
    run          Run an operational-mode command
    save         Save configuration to ASCII file
    set          Set a parameter
    show         Show a parameter
    status       Show users currently editing configuration
    top          Exit to top level of configuration
    up           Exit one level of configuration
    update       Update private database
    wildcard     Wildcard operations

    For information about operational mode commands, see the CLI User Guide and the Junos command references.

    Modified: 2017-09-19