Working in Configuration Mode with the SRC CLI
You configure the SRC software in configuration mode. Topics include:
Creating an SRC Configuration
You configure the SRC software by entering configuration mode and creating a hierarchy of configuration mode statements.
Users must have configure permission to view and use the configure command to enter configuration mode. When in configuration mode, users can view and modify only those statements for which they have access privileges set.
Entering Configuration Mode
To enter configuration mode:
Use the configure command.user@host> configureEntering configuration mode.
When you enter configuration mode, the following configuration mode commands are available:
 user@host# ? Possible completions: commit Commit a set of changes delete Delete a configuration statement or identifier edit Specify edit level in hierarchy exit Exit from this level help Display help about commands and statements history Display command history insert Insert an identifier load Load configuration from an ASCII file rename Rename a statement or identifier rollback Discard current set of changes run Run an operational mode command save Save configuration to file set Set a configuration property show Display configuration information top Return to top level of configuration mode up Move up one level in hierarchy
To enter configuration mode and lock the configuration to prevent other CLI or C-Web sessions from modifying the configuration in the database:
Use the configure exclusive command.user@host> configure exclusiveEntering configuration mode.
Exiting from Configuration Mode
To exit configuration mode:
Use the exit configuration-mode command from any level.
Use the exit command from the top level.
For example:[edit shared sae configuration time-based-policies]user@host# exit configuration-modeExiting configuration mode.user@host>user@host# exitExiting configuration mode.user@host>
If you try to exit from configuration mode by using the exit command and the configuration contains changes that have not been committed, you see a message:[edit shared sae configuration time-based-policies]user@host# exit configuration-modeExiting configuration mode.The configuration has been changed but not committed.user@host>