Cisco IOS XR Getting Started Guide for the Cisco XR 12000 Series Router, Release 4.2.x
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Symbols

? command 5-96

A

abbreviated commands, entering 5-95

abort command 3-67

aborting command output 5-102

administration EXEC mode 3-47

alarm correlation, logging 4-89

alarm logging

correlation 4-89

locations 4-89

severity levels 4-89

alias command 5-115

aliases, introduction 5-115

alphanumeric LED display

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

alternative configuration, loading at startup 3-63

anchor characters A-142

B

bring up

standalone router, first time 2-21

verification

standalone router 2-22

C

capitalization, keyboard shortcuts 5-119

cards

DRP PLIM 3-32

PRP-2, (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

card type, displayed in prompt 3-39

characters

anchor A-142

parentheses for pattern recall A-143

pattern ranges A-140

special A-140

underscore wildcard A-142

Cisco IOS XR software, supported standalone systems 1-1

cisco-support user group 3-42

clear command 3-63, 6-132

clear configuration commit command 4-88

clear configuration sessions command 6-133

CLI

introduction 1-8

prompt 3-39

CLI (command-line interface)

identifying command mode 3-39, 3-46

introduction 1-8

clock, setting the router time 3-74

clock set command 3-75

clock timezone command 3-75

clock update-calendar command 3-75

command-line interface See CLI

command mode

administration EXEC 3-47

configuration submodes 3-48

EXEC 3-47

global configuration 3-48

interface configuration 3-48

navigation 3-45

navigation example 3-50

ROM monitor 3-49

router configuration 3-48

router submode configuration 3-49

commands

abbreviated 5-95

aliases 5-115

applying templates 5-114

completing a partial command 5-98

creating templates 5-112

identifying syntax errors 5-98

more prompt, responding to 5-101

no form 5-99

on-screen help 5-96

output

filtering 5-102

halting 5-102

narrowing 5-102

redirecting to a file 5-102

recall deleted entries 5-117

redisplaying 5-117

wildcards 5-111

wrapped lines, editing 5-99

commit best-effort command 3-64

commit command 3-64

commit comment command 3-64

commit confirmed command 3-64

commit force command 3-65

commitIDs

clearing 4-88

displaying 4-84

displaying changes 4-84

loading changes 4-86

commit label command 3-64

commit replace command 3-65

committing a configuration 3-64

complex expressions A-141

configuration

clearing changes 3-63

committing 3-64

displaying 3-56

ending a session 3-67

files, storage 3-66

loading an alternate 3-63

mode, entering EXEC commands 3-49

overview 3-51

reloading a failed configuration 3-66

submodes 3-48

target configuration

loading from a file 3-63

saving to a file 3-62

templates

applying 5-114

creating 5-112

configurations

standalone router 1-1

configure command 3-54

configure exclusive command 3-55

Console port

connection 1-11, 3-31

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

correlation, alarm logging 4-89

CPU0 module 3-40

Ctrl-Z command 3-67

cursor movement 5-119

D

debug command 6-125, 6-127

debugging

disabling for all services, all sessions 6-128

disabling for all services, one session 6-128

disabling for a service 6-128

displaying features 6-125

displaying status 6-127

enabling 6-127

default SDR 3-29

designated shelf controller

See DSC

domain name, configuration 4-77

domain name command 4-77, 4-78

domain name server, configuration 4-77

domain name-server command 4-77, 4-78

DSC

selection and identification 1-9

E

end command 3-67

errors

syntax 5-98

Ethernet interface

configuring 3-68

displaying 3-69

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

EXEC commands, entering in configuration modes 3-49

EXEC mode 3-47

exit command 3-66, 3-67

expressions

complex A-141

regular A-139

extensible markup language See XML

F

file, redirecting output to 5-102

filters, command output 5-102

flash disk

configuration file storage 3-66

G

global configuration mode 3-48

H

halting command output 5-102

history, commands 5-116

hostname

configuration 3-68

displayed in prompt 3-40

hostname command 3-68

host services and applications

domain services

domain name-server command 4-78

HTTP server configuration 4-79

I

interface configuration mode 3-48

interface MgmtEth command 3-72

interfaces, verifying operation 6-134

introduction 3-39

ipv4 address command 3-72

K

keyboard shortcuts

capitalization 5-119

command history 5-117

cursor movement 5-119

deleting text 5-119

recalling deleted entries 5-117

transposing letters 5-119

L

line wrap, editing long lines 5-99

load command 3-63

load commit changes command 4-87

load configuration failed commit command 3-66

load rollback changes command 4-88

logging

alarm correlation 4-89

configuration 4-90

output locations 4-89

severity levels 4-89

logging buffered command 4-89, 4-91

logging command 4-90

logging console command 4-89, 4-90

logging console disable command 4-92

logging in 3-39, 3-46

logging monitor command 4-89

logging trap command 4-89, 4-90

long lines, editing 5-99

low memory warning, removing configurations 6-132

M

Management Ethernet interface

configuring 3-68

displaying 3-69

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

establishing a connection through 3-38

name syntax 3-69

PRP-2 illustration 3-33

memory

displaying system memory 6-131

low memory warnings 6-130

removing configurations 6-132

mode

administration EXEC 3-47

configuration submodes 3-48

EXEC 3-47

global configuration 3-48

interface configuration 3-48

ROM monitor 3-49

router configuration 3-48

router submode configuration 3-49

modem connection

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

module

number displayed in prompt 3-40

More prompt 5-101

multishelf system

software requirements 2-20

N

name, router

configuring 3-68

displayed in prompt 3-40

named SDR 3-29

netadmin user group 3-42

network connection, overview 3-31

no, command form 5-99

no debug command 6-128

O

operator user group 3-42

owner SDR 3-29

P

partial command, entry 5-98

pattern

alternation A-142

multiple-character A-141

recall A-143

ping command 6-123

prompt 3-39

PRP-1, not supported 1-12

PRP-2, connections 1-12

R

rack number

displayed in prompt 3-39

redirecting command output 5-102

rollback

configuration

loading changes to the target configuration 4-87

overview 4-83

previewing changes 4-85

procedure 4-85

rollback failure 4-83

packages

package incompatibility 4-83

rollback configuration command 4-86

ROM monitor

mode 3-49

root command 3-67

root-lr user group 3-42

root-system user group 3-42

route processors

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 illustration 1-13, 3-33

router

clock setting 3-74

name configuration 3-68

name displayed in prompt 3-40

verification

standalone router 2-22

router configuration mode 3-48

router static address family ipv4 command 3-72

router submode configuration 3-49

S

save configuration command 3-62

SDR

introduction 3-29

named 3-29

owner 3-29

secure domain router

See SDR

serviceadmin user group 3-42

session

configuration overview 3-51

ending 3-67

shortcuts

capitalization 5-119

command history 5-117

cursor movement 5-119

deleting text 5-119

recalling deleted entries 5-117

transposing letters 5-119

show aaa userdb command 4-93

show aaa usergroup command 3-44, 4-93

show cli history brief location 5-117

show cli history detail location 5-118

show clock command 3-75

show configuration command 3-60, 3-62, 5-100, 6-122

show configuration commit changes ? command 4-84

show configuration commit changes command 4-84, 6-133

show configuration commit list 6-133

show configuration commit list command 4-84, 6-133

show configuration failed command 3-61, 6-129

show configuration failed load command 3-62

show configuration failed noerror command 3-62, 6-129

show configuration failed startup command 6-129

show configuration merge command 3-60

show configuration rollback changes command 4-85

show configuration sessions command 3-53, 6-133

show context command 6-122

show controller command 6-122

show controllers command 6-122

show debug command 6-122, 6-127

show debug conditions command 6-128

show environment command 2-27, 5-101, 6-122

show exception command 6-122

show history 5-116

show hosts command 4-78

show install command 6-122

show interfaces brief command 3-69

show interfaces command 6-122, 6-134

show interfaces MgmtEth command 3-73

show ipv4 interface brief command 6-134

show ipv4 interface command 6-134

show ipv6 interface brief command 6-134

show ipv6 interface command 6-134

show logging command 4-91, 6-123

show memory command 6-123, 6-131

show memory summary command 6-131, 6-133

show platform command 2-25

show processes blocked command 6-123

show redundancy command 2-26, 6-123

show running-config command 3-56, 3-58, 5-100, 6-123

show running-config sanitized command 3-58, 3-59

show task supported command 3-41, 4-93

show tech-support command 5-100, 6-123

show user command 3-43, 6-123

show user group command 3-44

show user tasks command 3-43

show variables boot command 6-122

show version command 2-24, 5-100, 6-123

Simple Network Management Protocol 1-9

slot number

displayed in prompt 3-40

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) 1-9

software packages

configuration rollback failure 4-83

special characters A-140

ssh server command 3-38

standalone router

bring up 2-21

supported hardware 1-1

supported systems 1-1

verification after bring up 2-22

start up

standalone router, first time 2-21

verification

standalone router 2-22

stopping command output 5-102

submodes, configuration 3-48

syntax

anchor characters A-142

character pattern ranges A-140

complex regular expressions A-141

error identification 5-98

pattern alternation A-142

pattern recall A-143

regular expressions A-139

special characters A-140

wildcard underscore A-142

sysadmin user group 3-42

T

tab key 5-98

target configuration

clearing changes 3-63

loading from a file 3-63

saving to a file 3-62

task group, introduction 3-41

task ID

displaying 3-43

introduction 3-41

telnet ipv4 server command 3-38

telnet ipv6 server command 3-38

telnet server command 4-81

Telnet server configuration 4-79

templates

applying 5-114

creating 5-112

terminal connection

DRP PLIM (illustration) 3-32

PRP-2 (illustration) 1-13, 3-33

terminal server, establishing a connection through 3-36

terminal settings, default values 1-15, 3-35, 3-37

time, setting the router clock 3-74

time zone, setting the router clock 3-74

traceroute command 6-124

troubleshooting

basic commands 6-121

displaying system memory information 6-131

errors at startup 6-129

failed commit operation 6-129

low memory warnings 6-130

type, card type displayed in prompt 3-39

U

undebug all command 6-128

underscore wildcard character A-142

user access

task IDs, displaying 3-43

user groups

displaying 3-43

introduction 3-41

predefined 3-42

user interfaces

CLI 1-8

SNMP 1-9

XML API 1-9

W

warning, low memory 6-130

wildcards 5-111

X

XML

API 1-9

host service configuration 4-79