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    Starting the SRC CLI

    When you log in to the CLI, the privileges for your user account determine which commands and configuration statements you can access. A login account with superuser privileges gives a user access to all commands and statements.

    To log in to a C Series Controller and start the CLI:

    1. Log in to a C Series Controller through an account that has super-user privileges.

      Note: If you enter an incorrect password, you are prompted to enter an LDAP password.

      For example, to log in to a C Series Controller through an SSH session:

      # ssh my_admin@my_cseries_platform
    2. Start the CLI:
      root# cli
      --- SRC CLI 7.0 build CLI.B.
      (c) 2005-2006 Juniper Networks Inc.

      The > command prompt shows you are in operational mode. Later, when you enter configuration mode, the prompt will change to #.

    For information about the SRC CLI, see SRC CLI Overview.

    Modified: 2014-06-10