Signalware MML Commands
After Signalware is installed, you can configure and provision Signalware using commands sent to the Signalware system. For details about installing and running Signalware, see Installing Signalware 9 on Linux.
These commands are in Man-Machine Language (MML). You can input MML commands individually using the SWMML program, or save them in a file. The procedures in this chapter assume that you save the MML commands to .mml text files and execute them as described in Loading the MML Configuration Settings.
The basic activities that require MML commands are:
Setting up link sets, links, and routes—See Defining Links, Link Sets, and Route Sets.
Configuring the authGateway location and startup information—See Configuring authGateway and GWrelay Applications for HLR Communication.
Loading the MML configuration settings—See Loading the MML Configuration Settings.
To view a list of all MML commands and definitions, enter: man MML_Intro
To view specific information about any MML command, enter: man cmdname.
$ man CRTE-LSET