CLI Reference Guide for Cisco Secure Access Control System 5.2
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Index

Table Of Contents

A - C - D - E - H - L - M - N - O - R - S - T - U - Z

Index

A

accessing, CLI

about 2-4

console port 2-5

prerequisites

hardware installation 2-1

setup configuration 2-2

SSH 2-5

supported platforms 2-4

accounts, user 1-1

ACS configuration commands 1-8, 2-7, 3-96

admin user 1-1

audience iii-ix

C

CLI

accessing 2-1

commands, navigating 2-11

CLI audit logs 1-11

command

modes

ACS configuration 1-8

configuration 1-10

EXEC 1-5, 1-7

understanding 2-6

types of 1-5

command-line

editing, key 2-12

More prompt 2-13

commands

ACS

access-setting accept-all 3-96

acsview-db-compress 3-97

debug-adclient 3-98

debug-log 3-98

export-data 3-101

import-data 3-102

import-export-abort 3-104

import-export-status 3-105

no debug-adclient 3-107

no debug-log 3-107

replication force-sync 3-109

reset-management-interface-certificate 3-111

show debug-adclient 3-112

show debug-log 3-113

configuration

backup-staging-url 3-116

cdp holdtime 3-117

cdp run 3-118

cdp timer 3-118

clock timezone 3-119

do 3-121

end 3-123

exit 3-124

hostname 3-125

icmp echo 3-126

interface 3-126

ip address 3-127

ip default-gateway 3-128

ip domain-name 3-129

ip name-server 3-129

ip route 3-131

kron occurrence 3-131

kron policy-list 3-133

logging 3-134

ntp server 3-135

password-policy 3-136

replication force-sync 3-109

repository 3-137

service 3-139

shutdown 3-140

snmp-server community 3-140

snmp-server contact 3-141

snmp-server host 3-142

snmp-server location 3-143

username 3-143

EXEC

acs backup 3-7

acs-config 3-9

acs config-web-interface 3-13

acs delete core 3-13

acs delete log 3-14

acs patch 3-15

acs process start 3-6

acs process stop 3-6

acs reset-config 3-16

acs reset-password 3-17

acs restore 3-18

acs start 3-4

acs stop 3-4

acs support 3-20

acs zeroize-machine 3-24

application install 3-25

application remove 3-26

application reset-config 3-26

application start 3-27

application stop 3-28

application upgrade 3-28

backup 3-29

backup-logs 3-30

clock 3-31

configure 3-32

copy 3-33

debug 3-35

delete 3-38

dir 3-39

exit 3-40

forceout 3-41

halt 3-42

help 3-42

mkdir 3-43

nslookup 3-44

ping 3-45

reload 3-46

restore 3-47

rmdir 3-48

show 3-49, 3-59

ssh 3-50

tech 3-51

telnet 3-52

terminal length 3-53

terminal session-timeout 3-53

terminal session-welcome 3-54

terminal terminal-type 3-55

traceroute 3-55

undebug 3-56

write 3-58

show 1-7

show acs-config-web-interface 3-59

show acs-cores 3-60

show acs-logs 3-61

show application 3-64

show backup history 3-67

show cdp 3-68

show clock 3-69

show cpu 3-69

show disks 3-71

show icmp-status 3-73

show interface 3-75

show inventory 3-76

show logging 3-78

show logins 3-80

show memory 3-81

show ntp 3-81

show ports 3-82

show process 3-84

show repository 3-85

show restore 3-86

show running-configuration 3-87

show startup-configuration 3-88

show tech-support 3-89

show terminal 3-90

show timezone 3-91

show timezones 3-92

show udi 3-93

show uptime 3-94

show users 3-94

show version 3-95

configuration commands 1-10, 2-8, 3-116

console port 1-1

conventions

command-line, completion 2-12

command-line, editing 2-12

document iii-x

more prompt 2-13

CSACS 1120 2-2

CSACS-1121 1-1

CSACS server, starting 2-2

D

default forms of commands, using 2-11

disk space, managing 3-1

document

audience iii-ix

conventions iii-x

related iii-xi

using iii-ix

E

EXEC commands 1-5, 3-4

H

help, getting 2-11

L

logs, disk space (table) 3-1

M

mode

about 1-5

ACS configuration 2-7

configuration 2-8

configuration, submodes 2-9

EXEC 2-6

N

navigating, commands 2-11

no forms of commands, using 2-11

O

Operator (user) 1-1

organization, document iii-x

R

related documentation iii-xi

S

setup utility 1-1, 2-2

show commands 1-7, 3-49, 3-59

SSH 1-1, 2-5

starting the CSACS appliance server 2-2

submodes, configuration 2-9

supported platforms

hardware 2-4

software 2-4

T

types of commands 1-5

U

user

accounts 1-1

command privileges (table) 1-2

modes 1-5

using

PC locally 2-5

SSH 2-5

utility, setup 2-2

Z

zeroize 3-24