Help us improve your experience.

Let us know what you think.

Do you have time for a two-minute survey?

Navigation  Back up to About Overview 
ContentIndex
  
[+] Expand All
[-] Collapse All

Symbols  A  C  D  E  F  H  I  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  W  X

 

Symbols

* in completion list
+ in completion list
+* in completion list
> in completion list
| (pipe) filter for command output
 

A

active configuration
 

C

C Series Controllers    
directories    12
files
C Series controllers    
status
C Series platforms    
version
candidate configuration
CLI    
command hierarchy
command history
command mode
configuration mode    
command completion
commands    12
comparing
entering    12
exiting
hierarchy    123
navigation commands
overview    12
statement description
symbols in statement lists    12
verifying configurations
editing level    12
environment settings
help    12
interface elements
keyboard sequences
messages
modes    
changing    12
overview
operating systems
overview    12
password
prerequisites
privilege levels
prompt strings
tutorial
working directory
command output    
MORE prompt
number of lines
pagination
saving to a file
See also regular expressions
XML format, displaying
commands    
categories
completion    12
configuration mode
filenames in
operational mode
options
types
URLs in
commit and-quit command    12
commit check command
commit command    12
configuration    
backup
changes by multiple users
committing    123
default
deleting statements
displaying current configuration
example
loading    123
local
merge
modifying
replacement    12
rollback
saving
slot
statements.     See configuration statements    
storage
verifying
configuration files    
attributes
overview
preparation to load
set format
text format
XML format
configuration hierarchy
configuration mode     See CLI    
configuration statements    
deleting
overview    12
symbols in statements
configure command
conventions    
notice icons
text
count filter
cursor, moving
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

delete command    12
directories on C Series Controller
documentation    
comments on
 

E

edit command    12
enable command
environment settings, CLI    1
command completion
editing level
prompt string
screen dimensions    12
terminal language
terminal type
working directory
except filter
exit command    12
 

F

file commands
files    
saving command output to
specifying names in commands
find filter
 

H

help command
history command
history, CLI commands
 

I

identifiers    
inserting in sequential lists
renaming
insert command    12
 

K

keyboard sequences at MORE prompt
 

L

load command
load factory-default command
load merge command
load override command
load replace command
load set command    123
 

M

manuals    
comments on
messages    
CLI
MORE filter
MORE prompt
 

N

notice icons
 

O

online help     See CLI, help    
operational mode
 

P

privilege levels for CLI
prompt strings for CLI
 

Q

quit command
 

R

redrawing screen
regular expressions    
displaying first match
displaying matching output
disregarding nonmatching output
overview
rename command    12
request system halt command
request system reboot
restart command    12
rollback command    12
run command
 

S

save command
screen    
dimensions    12
redrawing
set cli complete-on-space command
set cli directory command    12
set cli language command
set cli level command
set cli password command
set cli prompt command
set cli screen-length command
set cli screen-width command
set cli terminal command
set command    12
show cli authorization command
show cli command
show cli history command
show cli level command
show command
show component command    12
show configuration command
show system information command
SRC CLI    
starting    
C Series platform
SRC components    
disabling
enabling
managing
restarting    12
status
SRC modules    
managing
restarting
SRC software    
rebooting
stopping
statements     See configuration statements, names of individual statements    
support, technical     See technical support    
symbols in statements
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
terminal type
text conventions defined
Text format, XML format, Set format
top command
 

U

up command
URLs in commands
user accounts    
configuration example
 

W

working directory
 

X

XML format, command output in

Commands to Save a Configuration to a File

You can save both the local and shared configuration of the C Series Controller. The local (slot) configuration is configuration data that is stored in a C Series Controller’s local file system. Shared configuration is configuration data that is stored in the Juniper Networks database. The Juniper Networks database can be in standalone mode or community mode. SSH host keys and the SRC component states (enable/disable) are automatically saved together with other configuration data.

Saving and loading the configuration allows you to fully restore a C Series Controller to the configuration and operational state based on which configuration you save and load. For example, you can restore a system to the factory-default, reinstall a system, or deploy a new system configuration from the saved configuration.

Saving and loading the local configuration allows you to restore a C Series Controller host that uses the Juniper Networks database community for the source of the shared configuration. Saving and loading a shared configuration can be used to restore C Series Controller hosts that have the Juniper Networks database set to standalone mode. In certain cases, it can also be used to restore systems running in a Juniper Networks database community.

You can use the following commands in configuration mode to save the configuration to a text or XML file:

  • save—Saves the entire C Series Controller configuration.
  • save local—Saves the configuration data that is stored in a C Series Controller’s host’s local file system—for example, those stored in properties files, XML files, and SSH host keys.
  • save shared—Saves the configuration data that is stored in Juniper Networks database servers.

You can save the configuration data in either a text or XML file.

SSH Host Keys

When you execute the save local or save command at the top or system edit level, SSH host keys are saved and visible in the configuration file under “system ssh-host-keys.” You cannot set or view the configuration of SSH host keys using the SRC CLI. SSH host keys are obtained from system files located in the /etc/ssh directory. The SSH host key data saved into configuration files is refreshed with the most recent data in the files when you execute the save command.

Component State

When you execute the save local or save command, the state of the SRC components is polled and saved in the configuration file under “component-state.” However, like the SSH host keys, you cannot view or set the values for the component state using the CLI.

When you load and commit the configuration from a saved file, the SRC software sets the state of the components in the C Series Controller to the state saved in the configuration file. Components that were in either the “running” or “stopped” state when polled are automatically enabled, and components that were “disabled” when polled are automatically disabled.

Related Documentation

Modified: 2015-06-22