CLI Commands

CLI Commands
This is a list of all commands, with brief descriptions. Click a name to jump to that topic.
Note! Certain commands only appear if you are in one of the three command modes. See “CLI Options” on page 96 for details. Commands that do not require being in a mode are EXEC commands.
aaa (authentication, authorization, accounting). Set authentication and authorization.
arp (address resolution protocol). Set ARP servers.
banner Manage Web banners.
boot Configure system booting.
clear EXEC. Clear the arp cache.
cli Information on command modes, and CLI options; see “CLI Options” on page 96.
clock Set the system date and time.
cmc Configure and/or use appliance, authorization (auth), cancel, execute, group, profile, rendezvous, server, and status for Central Management Console on a Media Flow Manager server.
configuration Manipulate configuration files.
configure Go to Configuration mode for additional commands; disallowed for unpriv users.
crypto Configure cryptographic settings.
debug Generate a "dump" of the system debugging utility.
email Configure email and event notification via email.
enable Go to Enable mode for additional commands; disallowed for unpriv users.
exit Leave Configuration mode, or close the CLI window if in Standard mode.
file Manipulate stats, and tcpdump reports.
ftp-server. Configure FTP settings.
help View the interactive help system.
hostname Set the system’s hostname.
image Manage software images.
interface Configure network interfaces.
ip Configure IP addresses.
job Schedule jobs for the future or execute on demand.
license Activate features using license keys.
logging Configure event logging.
no Negate or clear certain configuration options.
ntp and ntpdate Configure NTP (Network Time Protocol) servers and system clock.
ping EXEC. Send ICMP echo requests to a specified host.
radius-server Configure RADIUS server settings.
reload Reboot or shut down the system.
reset Reset the system to its factory state.
service-director Manage the Service Director feature that lets you auto-direct traffic to the Media Flow Controller physically closest to the client.
show Display system configuration or statistics; applies to most commands, e.g. show files lists available files or displays their content, if the file is specified. Includes special subcommands. Many are EXEC commands.
slogin EXEC. Log into another system securely using SSH.
snmp-server Configure SNMP (simple network management protocol) server options.
ssh Configure SSH (secure shell) settings.
stats Configure statistics and alarms.
tacacs-server Configure TACACS+ server settings.
tcpdump Display packets on a network.
telnet EXEC. Log into another system using telnet.
telnet-server Enable/disable the TELNET server.
terminal EXEC. Set terminal options. See “CLI Options” on page 96.
traceroute EXEC. Trace the route packets take to a destination.
username Configure user accounts and set capabilities.
web Configure the Web-based management console.
write Save the running configuration to persistent storage.

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