Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Fundamentals Configuration Guide, Release 4.0
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

aliases. See command aliases

B

banners. See MOTD banners

BIOS

loader> prompt 3-23

C

Call Home

description 1-4

characters

special 3-7

Cisco Embedded Event Manager. See EEM

Cisco TrustSec

description 1-8

CLI

command modes 3-2

command prompt 3-1

examples 3-23

setting delay time 3-14, 3-15

CLI prompt

description 3-1

CLI variables

configuring session-only variables 3-11

examples 3-24

session-only 3-11

system-defined variables 3-24

clocks

default settings 5-11

description 5-2

displaying configuration 5-11

manually setting 5-9

CMP

description 1-5

COM1 port

settings 4-2

COM1 ports

configuring 4-6

default settings 4-17

virtualization 4-3

command aliases

defining 3-13

description 3-12

examples 3-23

command modes

description3-2to 3-6

EXEC 3-3

exiting 3-5

global configuration 3-3

interface configuration 3-3

subinterface configuration 3-4

summary (table) 3-6

commands

abbreviations 3-9

hierarchy 3-9

no form 3-10

command scripts

delaying actions 3-15

description 3-14

echoing information to terminal session 3-14

examples 3-25

running 3-14

compatibility

software 1-1

configuration

displaying 7-12

erasing 7-11

removing missing module configuration 7-10

rolling back to previous 7-9

saving 7-3

configuration files

copying to internal file systems 7-6, 7-8

description 7-1

downloading 7-3, 7-4, 7-5

licensing 7-2

saving to remote servers 7-3

types 7-1

virtualization support 7-2

Connectivity Management Processor. See CMP

console ports

configuring settings 4-4

default settings 4-17

settings 4-2

virtualization 4-3

context-sensitive help

syntax checking 3-16

D

daylight savings time. See summer time

default setting

file systems 6-16

default settings

clocks 5-11

COM1 ports 4-17

console ports 4-17

modems 4-17

MOTD banners 5-11

terminals 4-17

virtual terminals 4-17

devices

setting up2-3to 2-6

diagnostics. See online diagnostics

directories

copying files 6-9

creating 6-5

deleting 6-6

deleting files 6-10

description 6-2

displaying contents 6-6

displaying current directory 6-4

licensing requirements 6-3

moving files 6-8

setting current directory 6-5

virtualization support 6-3

working with6-4to 6-7

documentation

additional publications iv-xii

E

EEM

description 1-4

egrep utility

searching show command output 3-21

egrep utility filtering show command output 3-21

Ethanalyzer

description 1-4

Ethernet switching

description 1-6

examples

accessing directories on standby supervisor modules 6-13

backing up configuration files 7-12

compressing files 6-15

copying configuration files 7-12

copying files 6-14

deleting files 6-14

displaying file checksums 6-15

displaying file contents 6-15

finding files 6-16

moving files 6-14

redirecting show command output 6-15

rolling back to a previous configuration 7-13

uncompressing files 6-15

EXEC command mode

description 3-3

external Flash devices

formatting 6-3

F

filenames

completing with Tab key 6-3

files

compressing 6-11, 6-15

copying 6-9, 6-14

deleting 6-10, 6-14

description 6-3

displaying checksums 6-11

displaying contents 6-10

displaying files checksums 6-15

displaying files contents 6-15

displaying last lines 6-12

finding 6-12, 6-16

licensing requirements 6-3

moving 6-8, 6-14

renaming 6-8

uncompressing 6-11, 6-15

virtualization support 6-3

file systems

accessing standby supervisor modules 6-7

creating directories 6-5

default settings 6-16

deleting directories 6-6

description 6-1

displaying current directory 6-4

finding files 6-12

licensing requirements 6-3

setting current directories 6-5

specifying 6-1

virtualization support 6-3

filtering

egrep utility 3-21

grep utility 3-21

keywords 3-20

less utility 3-22

--More-- prompt 3-22

sed utility 3-22

show command output 3-20

Flash devices

formatting 6-3

G

global configuration mode

description 3-3

summary 3-6

grep utility

searching show command output 3-21

grep utility filtering show command output 3-21

H

hostname

configuring 5-5

description 5-2

I

interface configuration mode

description 3-3

summary 3-6

IP

multicast 1-7

routing 1-6

services 1-7

K

keystrokes

shortcuts 3-7

L

less utility

filtering show command output 3-22

searching show command output 3-22

licensing

configuration files 7-2

directories 6-3

files 6-3

file systems 6-3

support 1-9

terminal settings 4-3

load> prompt

description 3-23

loader> prompt

description 3-23

M

manageability

description 1-4

message-of-the-day banners. See MOTD banners

mgmt0 interface

configuring 5-3

mgmt0 interfaces

configuring out-of-band management access 2-4

description 5-2

missing modules

removing configuration 7-10

modems

configuring connections4-10to 4-16

default initialization strings 4-12

default settings 4-17

enabling connections 4-11

initializing connection on a powered-on switch 4-15

settings 4-3

user-specified initialization strings 4-14

modes. See command modes

--More-- prompt

filtering output 3-22

searching output 3-22

MOTD banners

configuring 5-6

default settings 5-11

description 5-2

displaying 5-11

N

NetFlow

description 1-4

network security

features 1-8

O

online diagnostics

description 1-4

P

passwords

setting administrator default 2-3

privileged EXEC mode

summary 3-6

Q

QoS

description 1-7

Quality of Service. See QoS

R

RBAC

description 1-5

regular expression

special characters 3-18

regular expressions

anchoring 3-19

filtering CLI output 3-17

multiple-character patterns 3-19

single-character patterns 3-18

related documents iv-xii

role-based access control. See RBAC

running configuration

copying to internal file system 7-6, 7-8

displaying 7-12

downloading from external Flash memory device 7-7

downloading from remote server 7-4

removing missing module configuration 7-10

rolling back to previous 7-9

saving to remote servers 7-3

saving to startup configuration 7-3

S

scripts. See command scripts

searching

egrep utility 3-21

grep utility 3-21

keywords 3-20

less utility 3-22

--More-- prompt 3-22

sed utility 3-22

show command output 3-20

sed utility

filtering show command output 3-22

searching show command output 3-22

serviceability

description 1-3

setup utility

description 2-1

prerequisites 2-3

shortcuts

keystrokes 3-7

show command output

redirecting 6-12, 6-15

show commands

filtering output 3-20

searching output 3-20

Simple Network Management Protocol. See SNMP

SNMP

description 1-5

software compatibility

description 1-1

SPAN

description 1-3

special characters

description 3-7

standards

support1-9to 1-12

standby supervisor modules

accessing directories 6-13

accessing file systems 6-7

startup configuration

copying to internal file system 7-6, 7-8

displaying 7-12

downloading from external Flash memory device 7-8

downloading from remote server 7-5

erasing 7-11

removing missing module configuration 7-10

rolling back to previous 7-9

saving to remote servers 7-3

subinterface configuration mode

description 3-4

summary 3-6

subinterfaces

configuring 3-4

summer time

configuring 5-8

description 5-2

Switched Port Analyzer. See SPAN

switchname. See hostname

syntax checking. See context-sensitive help

T

terminals

default settings 4-17

terminal sessions

clearing 4-16

displaying information 4-16

settings 4-2

terminal settings

configuring 4-3

licensing 4-3

time

setting delay in CLI 3-14, 3-15

time zones

configuring 5-7

description 5-2

U

users

displaying 5-10

managing 5-9

sending messages 5-10

user sessions

description 5-2

displaying information 5-10

V

variables. See CLI variables

VDCs

description 1-3

virtual device contexts. See VDCs

virtualization

COM1 ports 4-3

console ports 4-3

support 5-2

virtualization support

configuration files 7-2

directories 6-3

files 6-3

file systems 6-3

virtual terminals

configuring 4-8

default settings 4-17

settings 4-2