Installation and Configuration Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, 2.0
Using CLI Commands
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Using CLI Commands

Table Of Contents

Using CLI Commands

Using the CLI

CLI Conventions

Command Privileges

Checking Command Syntax

Command History Feature

Help for CLI Commands

Command Description Conventions

Command Summary

Privilege Level 0 Commands

exit

ping

show clock

show domain-name

show interfaces

show process

show version

traceroute

Privilege Level 15 Commands

auth

backup

backupconfig

cdp

clock

df

dumptcp

erase config

firewall

gethostbyname

hostname

import

install configure

install list

install update

interface

ip domain-name

ip name-server

listbackup

mail

mailcntrl clear

mailcntrl list

mailroute

mkcert

nslookup

ntp server

reload

reinitdb

repository

repository add

repository delete

repository list

repository server

restore

route

services

show anilog

show auth-cli

show auth-http

show backupconfig

show bootlog

show cdp neighbor

show cdp run

show collectorlog

show config

show daemonslog

show dmgtdlog

show webaccesslog

show weberrorlog

show websslaccesslog

show import

show install logs

show ipchains

show hosts

show maillog

show proc

show repository

show route

show securitylog

show snmp-server

show ssh-version

show syslog

show tech

show telnetenable

show tomcatlog

shutdown

snmp-server

ssh

ssh-version

telnet

telnetenable

username

webtimeout

Maintenance Image Commands

erase config

fsck

reload


Using CLI Commands


This appendix summarizes the command line interface (CLI) commands for WLSE 2.0.


Note When you use CLI commands to make a configuration change, the system configuration is updated immediately.


This appendix contains the following sections:

Using the CLI

CLI Conventions

Command Privileges

Checking Command Syntax

Command History Feature

Help for CLI Commands

Command Summary

Command Description Conventions

Privilege Level 0 Commands

Privilege Level 15 Commands

Maintenance Image Commands

Using the CLI

There are two methods for using the CLI:

Attach a console to the WLSE:

For the WLSE 1105, use the serial port on the front panel; do not use the serial port on the back panel as the console port.

For the WLSE 1130, use the serial port on the back panel as the console port.

Access the WLSE using Telnet or SSH.


Note Telnet is disabled by default. Use the telnetenable command to enable Telnet. See telnetenable.


CLI Conventions

The command-line interface (CLI) uses the following conventions:

The key combination ^c or Ctrl-c means hold down the Ctrl key while you press the c key.

A string is defined as a non-quoted set of characters.

Use single-quotes (`) to surround a series of parameters; do not use double-quotes

Do not confuse the WLSE's CLI with the IOS CLI. Though they are similar, they are not identical.

Command Privileges

Access to CLI commands is controlled by your user account privilege level. Users with privilege level 15 can use all commands. Users with privilege level 0 can use only a subset of the commands. The command descriptions in this appendix are organized by privilege level.

When booted from the maintenance image, the WLSE has a limited set of commands.

Checking Command Syntax

The user interface provides several types of responses to incorrect command entries:

Command not found—You entered a command line that does not contain any valid commands.

Incomplete command—You entered a valid command but omitted required options.

Invalid input—You entered a valid command but provided invalid options or parameters.

In addition, some commands have command-specific error messages that notify you that a command is valid, but that it cannot run correctly.

Command History Feature

The CLI provides a command history feature. To display previously entered commands, press the up arrow key. After pressing the up arrow key, you can press the down arrow key to display the commands in reverse order. To run a command, press the Enter key while the command is displayed on the command line. You can also edit commands before pressing the Enter key.

Help for CLI Commands

You can obtain help using the following methods:

For a list of all commands and their syntax, type help and press Enter.

For help on a specific command, use either of the following methods:

Type the command name, a space, help; then press Enter. For example, ntp help.

Type help, a space, and the command name; then press Enter. For example, help ntp.

The help contains command usage information and syntax.

Command Description Conventions

Command descriptions in this document and in the CLI help system use the following conventions:

Vertical bars (|) separate alternative, mutually exclusive elements.

Square brackets ([ ]) indicate optional elements.

Braces ({ }) indicate a required choice. Braces within square brackets ([{ }]) indicate a required choice within an optional element.

Boldface indicates commands and keywords that are entered literally as shown.

Italics indicate arguments for which you supply values.

Command Summary

Table B-1 summarizes all commands available on the WLSE. For full descriptions of commands, see the following sections:

Privilege Level 0 Commands

Privilege Level 15 Commands

Maintenance Image Commands

Table B-1 Command Summary 

Command
Privilege Level
Description
For a detailed description, see ...

auth

15

Enables secure remote authentication.

auth

backup

15

Backs up WLSE configuration.

backup

backupconfig

15

Sets the backup file location for all backup and restore operations.

backupconfig

cdp

15

Enables or disables the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).

cdp

clock

15

Sets the system date and time.

show clock

df

15

Displays the current storage usage on the WLSE.

df

dumptcp

15

Displays TCP/IP packet content.

dumptcp

erase config

151

Erases the configuration in flash memory and reloads the device.

erase config

exit

0

Logs user out of the WLSE.

exit

gethostbyname

15

Displays IP address of a known domain name.

gethostbyname

fsck

N/A2

Checks and repairs the file system.

fsck

firewall

15

Implements port filtering on the WLSE.

firewall

hostname

15

Changes the system host name.

hostname

import

15

Imports host files or maps IP addresses to host names.

import

install configure

15

Configures the repository for installing software updates on the WLSE.

install configure

install list

15

Lists software updates and images currently available on the repository.

install list

install update

15

Installs software updates and images from the repository.

install update

interface

15

Configures Ethernet interfaces.

interface

ip domain-name

15

Defines the default domain name.

ip domain-name

ip name-server

15

Specifies the address of name servers for name and address resolution.

ip name-server

listbackup

15

Lists all current backups at the configured site.

listbackup

mail

15

Debugs and tests email settings.

mail

mailcntrl clear

15

Deletes the mail log, send queue, or user queue.

mailcntrl clear

mailcntrl list

15

Lists the size of the mail log, user queue, or send queue.

mailcntrl list

mailroute

15

Forwards email to a specified server.

mailroute

mkcert

15

Generates a Certificate Signed Request (CSR) for HTTPS.

mkcert

nslookup

15

Translates a device name to its IP address or an IP address to its device name.

nslookup

ntp server

15

Allows the system clock to be synchronized by a time server.

ntp server

ping

0

Sends ICMP echo_request packets for diagnosing basic network connectivity.

ping

reload

151

Reboots the system.

reload

reinitdb

15

Reinitializes the database.

reinitdb

repository

15

Configures the WLSE to be a repository server.

repository

repository add

15

Transfers software updates and images from a remote server to the WLSE's local repository.

repository add

repository delete

15

Deletes software updates and images on the local repository.

repository delete

repository list

15

Lists software updates and images on the local or remote repository.

repository list

repository server

15

Starts, stops, or displays the status of the WLSE's local repository.

repository server

restore

15

Restores backed up configuration from the configured location.

restore

route

15

Adds a route.

route

services

15

Lists, starts, or stops management services.

services

show anilog

15

Displays the WLSE's ANI log.

show anilog

show auth-cli

15

Displays the type of authentication used for secure CLI access.

show auth-cli

show auth-http

15

Displays the type of authentication used for secure HTTP access.

show auth-http

show backupconfig

15

Displays the current backup and restore configuration.

show backupconfig

show bootlog

0

Displays the messages logged during the last system boot.

show bootlog

show cdp neighbor

15

Displays the WLSE's nearest neighbor on the network.

show cdp neighbor

show cdp run

15

Displays the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) configuration.

show cdp run

show clock

0

Displays system time in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

show clock

show collectorlog

15

Displays the WLSE's collector log.

show collectorlog

show config

15

Displays WLSE configuration.

show config

show daemonslog

15

Displays WLSE's daemons log.

show daemonslog

show dmgtdlog

15

Displays WLSE's daemon manager log.

show dmgtdlog

show domain-name

0

Displays WLSE's domain name

show domain-name

show webaccesslog

15

Displays WLSE's Web access log.

show webaccesslog

show weberrorlog

15

Displays WLSE's Web error log.

show weberrorlog

show websslaccesslog

15

Displays WLSE's Web SSL log.

show websslaccesslog

show import

15

Displays imported host files.

show import

show install logs

15

Displays software updates and images available on the configured repository.

show install logs

show interfaces

0

Displays information about the WLSE's network interface .

show interfaces

show ipchains

15

Displays IP chains for the selected interface.

show ipchains

show hosts

15

Displays WLSE's host file.

show hosts

show maillog

15

Displays WLSE's mail log.

show maillog

show process

0

Displays information about processes running on the system.

show process

show repository

15

Displays the status or the access log of a configured repository.

show repository

show route

15

Displays the routes currently configured.

show route

show securitylog

15

Displays WLSE's secure log information.

show securitylog

show snmp-server

15

Displays WLSE's SNMP configuration.

show snmp-server

show ssh-version

15

Displays type of SSH enabled.

show ssh-version

show syslog

15

Displays syslog information.

show syslog

show tech

15

Displays information necessary for Cisco's Technical Assistance Center to assist you.

show tech

show telnetenable

15

Displays WLSE's Telnet status.

show telnetenable

show tomcatlog

15

Displays WLSE's Tomcat log.

show tomcatlog

show version

0

Displays information about current software installed on WLSE.

show version

shutdown

15

Shuts down system in preparation for powering it off.

shutdown

snmp-server

15

Configures an SNMP agent.

snmp-server

ssh

15

Connects to an external host by using SSH.

ssh

ssh-version

15

Enables Secure Shell (SSH) 1, SSH 2, or both SSH 1 and SSH 2.

ssh-version

telnet

15

Telnets to an external host.

telnet

telnetenable

15

Configures Telnet access.

telnetenable

traceroute

0

Displays route to a specified host and identifies faulty gateways.

traceroute

username

15

Creates new user account or changes account properties.

username

webtimeout

15

Changes the session timeout for the Web interface.

webtimeout

1 This command is also available in the maintenance image.

2 This command is available only in the maintenance image.


Privilege Level 0 Commands

This section describes the privilege level 0 commands.

exit

To log out of the system, use the following command:

exit

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

The following command logs you out of the system:

exit

ping

To send ICMP echo_request packets for diagnosing basic network connectivity, use the following command.

ping [ -c count ] [ -i wait ] [ -s packetsize ] [ -n ] { hostname | ip-address }

Syntax Description

c Sets the number of echo packets to send.

count Number of echo packets to send.

i Sets the amount of time to wait between sending each packet.

wait Amount of time to wait between sending each packet, in seconds. The default is 1.

s Sets the size of each echo packet.

packetsize The size of each echo packet, in bytes. The default is 56.

hostname Host name of system to ping.

ip-address IP address of system to ping.

n Disables reverse DNS lookup.

Usage Guidelines

To use this command with the hostname argument, DNS must be configured on the system.

To force the time-out of a nonresponsive host or to eliminate a loop cycle, press Ctrl-c.

Example

This command sends 4 echo packets to the host otherhost with a wait time of 5 seconds between each packet:

ping -c 4 -i 5 209.165.200.224

PING 209.165.200.224 (209.165.200.224) from 209.165.201.0 : 56(84) 
bytes of data.
64 bytes from dns-sj1.cisco.com (209.165.200.224): icmp_seq=0 ttl=246 
time=16.3 ms
64 bytes from dns-sj1.cisco.com (209.165.200.224): icmp_seq=1 ttl=246 
time=2.0 ms
64 bytes from dns-sj1.cisco.com (209.165.200.224): icmp_seq=2 ttl=246 
time=2.1 ms
64 bytes from dns-sj1.cisco.com (209.165.200.224): icmp_seq=3 ttl=246 
time=2.1 ms

show clock

To display the system date and time in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), use the following command.

show clock

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

For more information about the system time, see Setting WLSE Date and Time.

Example

This command displays the system date and time:

show clock
12:43:47 Jun 20 2001

Related Commands

clock

ntp server

show domain-name

To display the system domain name, use the following ommand.

show domain-name

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the system domain name:

show domain-name
cisco.com

show interfaces

To display information about the system network interface, use the following command.

show interfaces

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays information about system network interfaces:

show interfaces
eth0      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:02:B3:35:FD:CC  
          inet addr:209.165.200.224 Bcast:209.165.201.0 
Mask:255.255.255.224
          UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST  MTU:1500  Metric:1
          RX packets:80309 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
          TX packets:22451 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
          collisions:0 txqueuelen:100 
          Interrupt:5 Base address:0xef00 Memory:d0c7e000-d0c7ec40 

Related Commands

interface

show process

To display information about processes running on the system (including the status of the database), use the following command.

show process [ page ]


Note If the db2sync process is listed, the database is running.


Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

Example

This command displays information about processes running on the system:

show process page
PID  PPID     ELAPSED    SZ                  STARTED TTY  COMMAND
    1     0  4-20:04:35   277 Fri Jun 15 16:54:03 2001 ?    init
    2     1  4-20:04:35     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:03 2001 ?    kflushd
    3     1  4-20:04:35     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:03 2001 ?    kupdate
    4     1  4-20:04:35     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:03 2001 ?    kpiod
    5     1  4-20:04:35     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:03 2001 ?    kswapd
    6     1  4-20:04:28     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:10 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   81     1  4-20:04:25     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:13 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   82     1  4-20:04:25     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:13 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   83     1  4-20:04:25     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:13 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   84     1  4-20:04:25     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:13 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   85     1  4-20:04:24     0 Fri Jun 15 16:54:14 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
  199     1  4-20:04:23   290 Fri Jun 15 16:54:15 2001 ?    watchdog
  213     1  4-20:04:23   342 Fri Jun 15 16:54:15 2001 ?    idled
  402     1  4-20:04:17   290 Fri Jun 15 16:54:21 2001 ?    syslogd
  411     1  4-20:04:17   360 Fri Jun 15 16:54:21 2001 ?    klogd
  517     1  4-20:04:15   327 Fri Jun 15 16:54:23 2001 ?    crond
  531     1  4-20:04:15   286 Fri Jun 15 16:54:23 2001 ?    inetd
  540     1  4-20:04:14   585 Fri Jun 15 16:54:24 2001 ?    sshd
  585     1  4-20:04:09   842 Fri Jun 15 16:54:29 2001 ?    dmgtd.lnx
-----------more-----------

show version

To display information about the current software on the system, use the following command.

show version

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the current software on the system:

show version
Copyright (c) 1999-2000 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Build Version (166) Mon Jun 11 16:56:23 PDT 2001
Uptime: 4 days 20 hours 6 mins
Linux/UID32 version 2.2.16-13bipsec.uid32 (gcc version egcs1

traceroute

To display the network route to a specified host and identify faulty gateways, use the following command.

traceroute [ -f first_ttl ] [ -m max_ttl ] [ -w waittime ] host [ packetlength ]

Syntax Description

-f (Optional) Sets the time-to-live used in the first outgoing probe packet.

first_ttl Time-to-live value of the first outgoing probe packet. The default is 1 hop.

-m (Optional) Sets the maximum time-to-live (maximum number of hops) used in outgoing probe packets.

max_ttl Maximum time-to-live for outgoing probe packets. The default is 30 hops.

-w (Optional) Sets the time to wait for a response to a probe, in seconds.

waittime Time to wait for a response to a probe, in seconds. The default is 5.

host Name or IP address of host to which to connect.

packetlength (Optional) The length of the packet to send, in bytes. The default and minimum value is 40.

Usage Guidelines

The command displays a list of the hosts that receive probe packets as they travel to the destination host, in the order that the receiving hosts receive the packets. Asterisks (*) appear as the list entry for hosts that do not respond to probing correctly.

Example

This command displays the network route to the host otherhost with a packet time-to-live value of 2, a wait time of 5 seconds, and 50-byte packets:

traceroute -m 20 -w 10 cisco.com 50
traceroute to example.com (209.165.200.224), 20 hops max, 50 byte 
packets
 1  ex1.com (209.165.200.225)  0.981 ms  0.919 ms  0.926 ms
 2  ex2.com (209.165.200.254)  1.528 ms  0.747 ms 0.661 ms
 3  ex3.com (209.165.200.255)  0.887 ms  0.770 ms  0.744 ms
 4  ex4.com (209.165.201.0)  0.932 ms  0.789 ms  0.679 ms
 5  ex5.com (209.165.201.1)  1.066 ms  1.052 ms  0.983 ms
 6  ex6.com (209.165.201.30)  1.472 ms  1.247 ms  1.847 ms
 7  ex7.com(209.165.201.31)  1.738 ms  1.424 ms  1.658 ms
 8  ex8.com (209.165.202.128)  3.728 ms  2.429 ms  2.804 ms
 9  ex9.com (209.165.202.129)  6.283 ms  5.499 ms 3.285 ms
10  ex10.com (209.165.202.158)  9.926 ms  73.463 ms  3.895 ms
11  ex11.com (209.165.202.159)  70.967 ms *  47.106 ms

Related Commands

ping

Privilege Level 15 Commands

This section describes the privilege level 15 commands. Only users with privilege level 15 can run these commands.

auth

Use the following command to enable secure remote authentication.

auth { cli | http } { local | tacacs secret server1 [server2] | radius secret server1 [ server2 ] | nt domain pdc [ bdc ] }

Syntax Description

cli Enables authentication using the Command Line Interface (CLI).

http Enables authentication using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

local Enables local authentication.

tacacs Enables authentication using the Terminal Access Controller Access Control System (TACACS).

radius Enables authentication using Remote Dial-In User Service (RADIUS).

nt Enables authentication from an NT domain controller.

secret Shared secret code of server.

server1 IP address or device name of server from which authentication will occur.

server2 IP address or device name of optional secondary server from which authentication could occur

domain NT domain name.

pdc Name of the Primary Domain Controller (PDC).

bdc Name of the Backup Domain Controller (BDC).

Example

This command enables secure remote authentication from a remote server, using TACACS.

auth http tacacs tr5e43 209.165.200.224 

backup

Use the following command to back up the WLSE.

backup [test]

Syntax Description

test Tests the configured backup hostname, username, password, and directory.

Usage Guidelines

To configure the backup location, use the backupconfig command.

Example

The following command backs up the WLSE:

backup

Related Commands

backupconfig

listbackup

restore

show backupconfig

backupconfig

Use the following command to specify the host for all backup and restore operations. To clear the backup and restore configuration information, use the no backupconfig command.

backupconfig { hostname } { username } { password } [ directory ]

no backupconfig

Syntax Description

hostname Host name or IP address of the host system.

username Username of host system.

password Password of the host system.

directory Path to specific backup directory, if different from user's default directory.

Example

The following command will configure the backup and restore operations to backup to and restore from host 209.165.200.224, set the username to user1, and set the password to pass:

backupconfig 209.165.200.224 user1 pass

The following command clears all backup and restore configuration information:

no backupconfig

Related Commands

backup

listbackup

restore

show backupconfig

cdp

Use the following command to configure the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP). CDP allows a Cisco device to recognize, and be recognized by, other Cisco devices.

cdp { run [ port ] | timer seconds | holdtime seconds }

no cdp { run [ port ] | timer | holdtime }

Syntax Description

run Start CDP; starts the WLSE sending out signals to other devices.

timer Set CDP packets retransmission time; sets the amount of time, in seconds, that CDP signals are sent.

holdtime Set CDP packet information hold time; sets the amount of time a device will recognize another device without receiving a signal. For example, if your system's holdtime is set to 30 seconds, and another device that has already been recognized by yours does not send a signal within that 30 seconds, your system will cease to recognize it.

port Ethernet port on which CDP will be enabled. Acceptable values are eth0-5. The default Ethernet port is port 0. On the WLSE 1130, eth0 corresponds to the port labeled A on the back panel, and eth1 corresponds to the port labeled B.

seconds Amount of time, in seconds, that the system takes to either transmit the CDP packet information or to hold another system's CDP packet information.

Usage Guidelines

If you are using the no cdp command, the timer and holdtime values are set to their default values.

Example

This command sets the CDP packet's retransmission time at 10 seconds.

cdp timer 10

This command sets the CDP packet's retransmission to its default time.

no cdp timer

clock

To set the system date and time, use the following command. Read the usage guidelines before using this command.

clock {set hh:mm:ss month day year}

Syntax Description

set Sets the system clock.

hh:mm:ss Current time (for example, 13:32:00).

month Current month. You can enter full month names or abbreviations that include at least the first 3 characters of the month name (for example, jan, feb, mar).

day Day of the month (for example, 1 to 31).

year Current year (for example, 2000).

Usage Guidelines

When resetting the time, you must stop and restart WLSE services. Otherwise, scheduled configuration and firmware jobs will not run properly. To reset the time:


Step 1 Stop services:

services stop

Step 2 Change the time.

Step 3 Start services:

services start


To set the date and time, use the set option.

If you configure the system to use Network Time Protocol (NTP), you do not need to set the system clock manually using the clock command.When setting the clock, enter the current time in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

For more information about the system time, see Setting WLSE Date and Time.

Example

This command sets the date and time:

clock set 16:00:00 dec 11 2001

Tue Dec 11 16:00:00 UTC 2001

Related Commands

ntp server

show clock

df

To display the current storage usage on the WLSE, use the following command.

df

Usage Guidelines

This command in primarily intended as a debugging tool for problems with full partitions.

Example

The following command displays the current storage usage on the WLSE:

df
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda12            151M   59M   92M  39% /
/dev/sda1              49M  2.8M   44M   6% /boot
/dev/sda7             985M   24M  911M   3% /extra
/dev/sda8             601M   32M  569M   5% /home
/dev/sda6            1001M  136M  865M  14% /opt
/dev/sda13            9.7G   32M  9.7G   0% /tftpboot
/dev/sda9             601M   32M  569M   5% /tmp
/dev/sda10            591M  212M  350M  38% /usr
/dev/sda5             2.9G  450M  2.5G  15% /var

dumptcp

This command displays TCP/IP network protocol packet content.

dumptcp proto { snmp snmp-trap ip icmp tcp udp | port port }
[ interface eth[ernet]0-5] [ host host [ host2 host2 ]]

Syntax Description

proto Name of protocol. Enter snmp, snmp-trap, ip, icmp, tcp, or udp to specify the protocol for which you want to view the packet content. You must specify either a protocol or a port.

port Use the port number to specify the protocol to observe, instead of specifying the protocol name. You must specify either a protocol or a port.

port The port number.

interface eth[0-5] The interface to observe; eth0 corresponds to Ethernet port 0, and eth1 corresponds to Ethernet port 1. On the WLSE 1130, eth0 corresponds to the port labeled A on the back panel, and eth1 corresponds to the port labeled B.

host, host2 The host(s) to observe.

host The host name(s).

Usage Guidelines

You can either specify a protocol by name or specify a port; you must specify one or the other. Optionally, you can specify the interface and specify one or two hosts to observe.

The command allows you to continuously observe the packets. Enter Ctrl C to terminate the command.

Examples

The following command listens displays the SNMP packets in the interface:

dumptcp proto snmp interface eth1

The following command listens to packets from port 161 only with abc.com as either the source or destination host:

dumptcp port 161 host abc.com

erase config

To erase the configuration in flash memory and reload the device, use the following command.

erase config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

When you enter the command, you are prompted for confirmation. Enter yes to confirm, or press Enter to accept the default response no.


Caution When you confirm this command, the system configuration is erased and the system reboots automatically. The system will not operate until you reconfigure it.

When the system reboots, you must reconfigure it with the setup program. For information about using the setup program, see Using the Setup Program.

Example

This command erases the system configuration:

erase config
This will erase your configuration, return device t
o factory defaults, and reload the device 
Do you want to continue?[no]:yes

firewall

This command implements port filtering on the WLSE.

firewall eth [0-5] [public | private | none ] | [icmp telnet ssh snmp
https 1741 repository tftp traceroute ]

Syntax Description

eth [0-5] Port to be configured. Acceptable values are eth0-eth5; eth0 corresponds to Ethernet port 0, and eth1 corresponds to Ethernet port 1. On the WLSE 1130, eth0 corresponds to the port labeled A on the back panel, and eth1 corresponds to the port labeled B.

public Denies access via ICMP, Telnet, SNMP, and the HTTP 1741 port.

none Disables the firewall on an interface.

private Denies no access.

icmp Denies Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) ping messages.

telnet Denies incoming Telnet connections.

ssh Denies incoming SSH connections.

snmp Denies incoming SNMP requests.

https Denies all connections to the SSL HTTP port.

1741 Denies all connections to the HTTP 1741 port.

repository Disables the local software repository from access from the network.

traceroute Prevents the WLSE from responding to traceroute commands.

tftp Disables TFTP access.

Usage Guidelines

To configure an Ethernet port for secured public access, use the public option.

To configure an Ethernet port for local access, via a LAN or VLAN, use the private option.

To disable ICMP, Telnet, SSH, SNMP, HTTPS, or to deny connections to the SSL HTTP port or the HTTP 1741 port, use the corresponding option.

Example

The following is an example of a secure Ethernet port configuration:

Ethernet 0 port is connected to the Internet, and is configured to be accessible only via HTTPS by entering the following command:

firewall eth0 public ssh 1741 

Ethernet 1 port is connected to an internal LAN or VLAN, and is configured to be accessible via any of the supported protocols by entering the following command:

firewall eth1 private 

An on-site user has full access to the WLSE, but an external user can only access it using a secure connection.

gethostbyname

Use the following command to display the IP address of a known domain name.

gethostbyname host

Syntax Description

host Domain name of host.

Example

This command displays the IP address of example.com

gethostbyname example.com
209.165.200.224

hostname

To change the system host name, use the following command.

hostname name

Syntax Description

name New hostname for the WLSE. The name is case-sensitive and may be from 1 to 24 alphanumeric characters (A-Z, a-z, 0-9) plus the minus sign (-).

Example

The following example changes the hostname to sandbox:

hostname sandbox

import

To import host files, or to map IP addresses to hostnames, use the following command:

import {host hostname ipaddress} | {hosts ftp-host username password path}

no import {host hostname ipaddress} | {hosts}

Syntax Description

host Maps one IP address to a hostname.

hostname Hostname to map IP address to.

hosts Imports host files from an FTP-accessible host.

ipaddress IP address to map Hostname to.

password Password used to access an FTP-accessible host.

path Path to an FTP-accessible host.

ftp-host IP address of an FTP-accessible host.

username username use to access an FTP-accessible host.

Usage Guidelines

To map a single hostname to an IP address:

import host hostname ipaddress

To import host files from an external, FTP-accessible server:

import hosts ftp-host username password path

To remove an individual IP address from a host file:

no import host hostname ipaddress

To remove an imported host file:

no import hosts

Example

This command imports host files from the FTP- accessible server ftpserver_1. Ftpserver_1 has the username admin, the password pass, and the path /ftpserver_1/hosts.

import hosts ftpserver_1 admin pass /ftpserver_1/hosts

This command deletes the hosts imported in the example above:

no import hosts

install configure

To define the repository that the WLSE uses to install software updates and images, use the following command. A repository is a remote or local server from where a system can download software updates and images. Only HTTP is supported.

install configure {URL URL Value | default | save}

Syntax Description

URL Sets the URL of the repository.

URL Value The URL of the repository. The URL should take the form of http://host:port/path (the path is not a requirement).

default Configures the Wireless LAN Solution Engine to be its own repository. The URL is http://localhost:9851.

save Saves the current configuration in the install.ini file.

Example

The following command configures the WLSE to use http://209.165.200.22, with port 9851, as a repository:

install configure URL http://209.165.200.224:9851

Related Commands

install update

install list

install list

To list software updates and images currently available on the configured repository, use the following command. A repository is a remote or local server from where a system can receive software.

install list [all | full | page | updates]

Syntax Description

all Displays all software updates and images on a configured repository. This command displays the name, the version, the requirements, the type, and a summary of the software.

full Displays only the complete images on a configured repository.This command displays the name, the version, the requirements, the type, and a summary of the image.

page Displays only the names of all software updates and images on a configured repository. All other information is omitted.

updates Displays only the updates on a configured repository. This command displays the name, the version, the requirements, the type, and a summary of the update.

Example

Enter the following command to display a list of all available software updates and images on a configured repository:

install list all
Name            Version Requires        Type       Summary
 EX-1.02        1.02    HSE-1.0         UPDATE     Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.1aR       1.1aR   HSE-1.1         UPDATE     Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.1a        1.1a    HSE-1.1         UPDATE     Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.0a        1.0a    HSE-1.0         UPDATE     Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.0aR       1.0aR   HSE-1.0         UPDATE     Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.0-ROB     1.0     HSE-1.0         COMPLETE   Hosting Solution...
 EX-1.0         1.0     HSE-1.0         COMPLETE   Hosting Solution...

Related Commands

install configure

install update

install update

To install a software update or image, use the following command.

install update package name

Syntax Description

Package Name Name of the software update or image to be installed. To see the names of software updates and images available for installation, use the install list command. For more information, see install list.

Example

The following command installs the update EX-2.0:

install update EX-2.0

Related Commands

install configure

install list

interface

To configure an Ethernet interface, use the following command.

interface eth[ernet][0-5] {[ up | down ] | ipaddress netmask
[ default-gateway address ] [ up | down ] }
[ auto | speed [10 | 100 | 1000]] duplex [half | full]

Syntax Description

eth[0-5] Name of the interface port to be configured. Acceptable values are eth0-eth5;eth0 corresponds to Ethernet port 0, and eth1 corresponds to Ethernet port 1. On the WLSE 1130, eth0 corresponds to the port labeled A on the back panel, and eth1 corresponds to the port labeled B.

up Enables the interface (the default).

If you include the ipaddress parameter and want to enable the interface in the same command, either enter the up parameter after ipaddress and its required parameters, or do not specify the up or down parameters (up is the default).

down Disables the interface.

If you include the ipaddress parameter and want to disable the interface in the same command, enter the down parameter after ipaddress and its required parameters.

ipaddress The IP address of the interface.

netmask The netmask of the interface IP address.

default-gateway The IP address of the default gateway that connects the WLSE to the network.

address The default gateway IP address.

up See the preceding description of up.

down See the preceding description of down.

auto Allow the interface speed to be set automatically.

speed Set the interface speed to 10, 100, or 1000 megabits.

duplex half | full Set interface to half- or full-duplex mode.

Default

When you enter the interface command, the interface that you specify is enabled by default. If you want to disable an enabled interface or leave a disabled interface disabled, you must specify the down option.

Usage Guidelines

If you change the IP address or hostname, follow these steps to make sure that applications can connect to the WLSE:


Step 1 Stop and restart management services by entering:

# services stop

# services start

Step 2 Verify that management applications can still connect to the WLSE.

Step 3 Reconnect any applications that cannot connect to it using the system's new IP address or hostname.


Example

This command disables the Ethernet 1 interface:

interface eth1 down

This command sets the Ethernet 0 IP address, netmask, and gateway IP address:

interface eth0 209.165.200.224 255.255.255.224 default-gateway 
209.165.201.31 up

ip domain-name

To define a default domain name, use the following command. To remove the default domain name, use the no form of the command. A default domain name allows the system to resolve any unqualified host names. Any IP hostname that does not contain a domain name will have the configured domain name appended to it. If you are using a DNS server, this appended name is resolved by the DNS server, and then added to the host table.

ip domain-name name

no ip domain-name name

Syntax Description

name Domain name (for example, cisco.com).

Example

This command defines the default domain name cisco.com:

ip domain-name cisco.com

This command removes the default domain name:

no ip domain-name

Related Commands

ip name-server

ip name-server

To specify the addresses of up to three name servers for name and address resolution, use the following command. To remove a name server, use the no form of the command.

ip name-server ip-address

no ip name-server ip-address

Syntax Description

ip-address Name server IP address (maximum of 3).

Usage Guidelines

Use the ip name-server command to point the system to a specific DNS server. You may configure up to three servers.

If you attempt to configure a fourth name server, the following error message appears:

# Name-server table is full.

The system must be able to contact a functional DNS server to operate correctly. If it does not, in most cases it will not correctly process requests from management applications that use it. If the system cannot obtain DNS services from the network, Telnet connections to the system will fail or Telnet interaction with the system will become extremely slow.

Example

This command assigns a name server for the system to use for name-to-address resolution:

ip name-server 209.165.200.224

This command disables the name server; the system will not use it for name-to-address resolution:

no ip name-server 209.165.200.224

Related Commands

ip domain-name

listbackup

Use the following command to list all current backups at the configured site.

listbackup

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

The following command lists all current backups at the configured site:

listbackup
ex1_06042001_170640: Hostname: ex1 Date: 06042001  time: 1700
ex1_06052001_124543: Hostname: ex1 Date: 06052001  time: 1243
ex1_06052001_155148: Hostname: ex1 Date: 06052001  time: 1558
ex1_06202001_145704: Hostname: ex1 Date: 06202001  time: 1454

Related Commands

backup

backupconfig

restore

show backupconfig

mail

To debug and test email settings, use the following command.

mail [ to user@host [ debug ]]

Syntax Description

to user@host Sends email to the specified recipient.

debug Debugs any email problems.

Entering the mail command with no arguments allows you to read email.

Example

The following command sends an email message:

mail to operator@sj_wlse
Subject: test 
This is a test mail 
. 
Cc: 

Note You must end the mail message with a period (.) on a line by itself.


mailcntrl clear

To delete the mail log, send queue, or user queue, use the following command.

mailcntrl clear {log | sendqueue | userqueue}

Syntax Description

log Clears the WLSE's email log.

sendqueue Clears the WLSE's send queue.

userqueue Clears the WLSE's user queue.

Example

The following command clears the WLSE's email log.

mailcntrl clear log

Related Commands

mailcntrl list

mailcntrl list

To list the size of the mail log, user queue, or the send queue, use the following command.

mailcntrl list {logsize | sendqueuesize | userqueuesize}

Syntax Description

logsize Size of the mail log.

sendqueuesize Size of the sendqueue.

userqueuesize Size of the userqueue.

Example

The following command displays the size of the WLSE's email log.

mailcntrl list logsize
Mail log files total size: 4.0k

Related Commands

mailcntrl clear

mailroute

To forward email to a specified SMTP server, use the following command to specify the server. If no server is specified, the WLSE will use DNS to resolve the correct email server in your local domain. To stop forwarding mail to the SMTP server, use the no mailroute command to remove the mail server information.

mailroute {hostname | ip-address}

no mailroute

Syntax Description

hostname Host name of an email server.

ip-address IP address of an email server.

Example

The following command forwards email to a server with the hostname mailserver:

mailroute mailserver

mkcert

Use this command to generate a Certificate Signed Request (CSR) for enabling secure socket layer protocol (SSL), which provides a secure HTTPS connection between Web clients and the WLSE.

When you initially set up the WLSE, a private key, a self-signed certificate, and a certificate signing request (CSR) are generated. This set up procedure enables SSL.

The unsigned certificate expires in one year; use the mkcert command or the Web interface to otain a permanent, signed certificate.


Note When you wish to establish an SSL connection to the WLSE, use the https prefix instead of http when entering the URL into the browser. Do not append a port number to the URL.


Syntax Description

mkcert Creates a CSR.

Usage Guidelines

When you run mkcert, the following prompts are displayed. For some fields, there is a default name. If you enter a period (.), the field will be left blank.

Prompt
Response
1. Country Name
2. State or Province Name
3. Locality Name

Country, state or province, and city in which the WLSE is located. Use the 2-character code for the country and the full names of state or province and city.

4. Organization Name

Full name of the organization that owns the WLSE.

5. Organizational Unit Name

(Optional) Section of the organization that is using the WLSE.

6. Common Name

Fully qualified domain name of the organization that owns the WLSE.

7. Email Address

Email address of the organization that owns the WLSE.


After generating the certificate, view it in the Web interface (Administration > Security > SSL (HTTPS). Copy everything between the BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST and END CERTIFICATE REQUEST lines and send it to a certificate authority (such as Verisign). Use the authority's procedure for sending the certificate.

When you receive the signed certificate:


Step 1 Copy the certificate into an ASCII file on a client system.

Step 2 Using the WLSE Web interface on the same client, select Administration > Security > SSL (HTTP).

Step 3 Enter the path to the certificate or click Browse to locate it. Then click Submit Certificate.

Step 4 To use the new certificate, restart the WLSE by running the following commands:

services stop
services start


nslookup

To translate a device name to its IP address or an IP address to its device name, use the following command.

nslookup {dns-name | ip-address}

Syntax Description

dns-name Device name of a host on the network.

ip-address IP address of a host on the network.

Example

The following command translates the device name hostname to its IP address:

nslookup hostname
Server: dns.ex1.com
Address: 209.165.200.224

Name:    ex1.com
Address: 209.165.201.0

ntp server

To configure the Network Time Protocol (NTP) and allow the system clock to be synchronized by a time server, use the following command. To disable this function, use the no form of this command.

ntp server ip-address

no ntp server ip-address

Syntax Description

ip-address IP address of the NTP time server providing clock synchronization.

Usage Guidelines

Use the ntp server command to synchronize the system clock with the specified NTP server. If you configure multiple NTP servers, the system will synchronize with the first working NTP server it finds. There is no limit to the number of NTP servers that you can configure.

The ntp server command validates the NTP server that you specify. The possible results are:

If the server is a valid NTP server, a message similar to the following appears:

# 19 Jan 00:43:48 ntpdate[1437]: step time server 209.165.200.224 
offset 999.257304

If no NTP server with the name or IP address you specified exists, a message similar to the following appears:

# 19 Jan 00:43:40 ntpdate[1431]: no server suitable for 
synchronization found

In this case, remove the NTP server by using the no form of the command, then configure a valid NTP server.

If the system time is set to a time later than the time on the NTP server, a message similar to the following appears:

# 19 Jan 00:43:58 ntpdate[1265]: Can't adjust the time of day: 
Invalid argument.

In this case, the ntp server command is entered into the system configuration, but NTP will not function. Follow these steps to remove the command and configure NTP correctly:


Step 1 Remove the ntp server command from the configuration by entering the no form of the command. For example:

no ntp server ip-address

where ip-address is the IP address of the NTP server.

Step 2 Set the system clock to a time that is behind the time on the NTP server using the clock set command. For more information about the clock command, refer to show clock.

Step 3 Enter the ntp server command again to configure the NTP server on the system. For example:

ntp server ip-address


Example

This command configures the system to use an NTP server:

ntp server 209.165.201.0 

This command configures the system to stop using the NTP server:

no ntp server 209.165.201.0 

Related Commands

clock

reload

To reboot the system, use the following command.

reload

Usage Guidelines

You are prompted to verify the reload. Enter yes to confirm or no to cancel the reload.


Caution All processes running on the system stop when you run the reload command. The WLSE will not respond while it is reloading.

Example

This command reboots the system:

reload

Related Commands

shutdown

reinitdb

To reinitialize the database, use the following command.

reinitdb


Note This command stops and restarts system services.


Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

This command erases all information contained within the database and stops and restarts system services.

Example

This command reinitializes the database:

reinitdb

Related Command

services

repository

To configure the WLSE to be a repository server, use the following command. A repository is a remote or local server from where a system can receive software updates and images.

repository source URL

Syntax Description

source Sets the location from where the local repository downloads software updates and images.

URL The IP address of an external server containing software updates and images.

Usage Guidelines

The repository command allows the WLSE to be a repository both for itself and for external systems.

The repository command only configures the WLSE to be a repository. To configure the WLSE to install software updates and images from this repository, see install configure.

Example

To configure the WLSE to be a repository, and to download software updates and images from http:// 209.165.200.224, enter the following command:

repository source ftp://209.165.200.224

Related Commands

repository add

repository delete

repository list

repository server

repository add

To transfer software updates and images from a remote server to the WLSE's local repository, use the following command.

repository add package

Syntax Description

package Name of the software update or image to be transferred.

Usage Guidelines

You will be prompted to enter a username and password if they are needed to access the remote server.

Example

To transfer the update EX_2.0 from an update server to the local repository, enter the following command:

repository add ex_2.0

Related Commands

repository

repository delete

repository list

repository server

repository delete

To delete software updates and images on the WLSE's local repository, use the following command. A repository is a remote or local server from where a system can receive software updates and images.

repository delete [package | all]

Syntax Description

all Deletes all software updates and images in the local repository.

package Name of the software update or image to be deleted.

Example

The following command deletes the update EX_2.0 from the local repository:

repository delete EX_2.0

Related Commands

repository

repository add

repository list

repository server

repository list

To list software updates and images on the configured local or remote repository, use the following command.

repository list { local | remote } [ detail ] [ page ]

Syntax Description

local Lists software updates and packages on the local repository.

remote Lists software updates and packages on a remote repository.

detail Includes details of the software updates and images displayed.

page Displays the software updates and packages on page at a time.

Example

To list the software updates and images available on the configured local repository, with details and one page at a time, enter the following command:

repository list local detail page

Related Commands

repository

repository add

repository delete

repository server

repository server

To start, stop, or view the status of the WLSE's local repository, use the following command. A repository is a remote or local server from where a system can receive software updates and images.

repository server [stop | start | status]

Syntax Description

stop Stops the local repository.

start Starts the local repository.

Status Displays the status of the local repository.

Example

The following command stops the local repository:

repository server stop

Related Commands

repository

repository add

repository delete

repository list

restore

Use the following command to restore a backed up configuration of the WLSE.

restore restore_name

Syntax Description

restore_name Name of backup to be used to restore the WLSE.

Usage Guidelines

After you restore a backup, all current domains, roles, users, and discovery configuration information will be erased.

You can restore configuration data from one WLSE to another; for example, if you want to replace one WLSE with another. For more information see, Installing a Replacement WLSE and Copying Configuration Data from One WLSE to Another.

Example

The following command will restore a backed up configuration:

restore backup1

Releated Commands

backup

backupconfig

listbackup

show backupconfig

route

To add a route through a gateway device, use the following command. To delete a route, use the no version of the command.

route { network address } netmask { network netmask }
gateway { gateway address }

no route { network address } netmask { network netmask }

Syntax Description

netmask Sets value of the network netmask.

gateway Sets the IP address of the router or gateway.

network address IP address of the network.

network netmask Value of the network netmask.

gateway address IP address of router or gateway.

Example

The following command adds a route:

route 209.165.201.0 netmask 255.255.255.224 gateway 209.165.200.224

The following command deletes the above route:

no route 209.165.201.0 netmask 255.255.255.224

services

To list, start, or stop the management services running on the system, use the following command.

services [ status | start | stop ]

Syntax Description

status Displays the management services status.

start Starts the management services.

stop Stops the management services.

Usage Guidelines

Management services are the software installed on the system by network management applications. Use this command to stop and restart the management services if the system is not responding correctly to a management application. This should cause the services to reset and function properly again.

Example

This command stops management services:

services stop

This command starts management services:

services start

This command shows services status:

# services status
Process= HSECollector
        State  = Running but busy flag set
        Pid    = 588
        RC     = 0
        Signo  = 0
        Start  = 06/15/01 16:54:32
        Stop   = Not applicable
        Core   = Not applicable
        Info   = HSECollector started.

        Process= HSEANIServer
        State  = Running but busy flag set
        Pid    = 589
        RC     = 0
        Signo  = 0
        Start  = 06/15/01 16:54:32
-----------more----------- 

Related Commands

show process

show anilog

To display the WLSE's ANI log, use the following command.

show anilog [ page ] | include MatchString1 [ MatchString2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the WLSE's ANI log, one page at a time:

show anilog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/ani.log
SNMPThrPool: Instantiated ex.lib.snmp.lib.timer.DynamicThreadPool,  mi
n=15, max=48, maxIdleSecs=240
2001/12/20 13:43:12 main ani MESSAGE DBConnection: Created new 
Database connecti
on [hashCode = 45981573]
2001/12/20 13:43:38 main ani MESSAGE ServletServiceModule: Moxie 
Servlet Engine 
is ready to receive requests
2001/12/20 15:43:39 HSEStatusPoll ani MESSAGE DBConnection: Created 
new Database
 connection [hashCode = 85057415]
2001/12/20 17:43:39 HSEStatusPoll ani MESSAGE DBConnection: Created 
new Database
 connection [hashCode = 396959623]
2001/12/20 19:43:39 HSEStatusPoll ani MESSAGE DBConnection: Created 
new Database
--More--

show auth-cli

To display the type of authentication used for secure CLI access, use the following command.

show auth-cli

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command and response shows that the WLSE's local authentication is being used for the CLI:

show auth-cli
local

show auth-http

To display the type of authentication used for secure HTTP access, use the following command.

show auth-http

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command and response shows that the WLSE's local authentication is being used for the CLI:

show auth-http
local

show backupconfig

The following command displays the current backup and restore configuration.

show backupconfig

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

If the backup configuration has not been set, the host and username fields display NONE.

Example

The following command displays the current backup and restore configuration:

show backupconfig
Hostname: 209.165.201.0
Username: user1

Related Commands

backup

backupconfig

listbackup

restore

show bootlog

To display the messages logged during the last system boot, use the show bootlog command.

show bootlog [ page ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

Example

This command displays the messages logged during the last system boot:

show bootlog page
Linux/UID32 version 2.2.16-13bipsec.uid32 (gcc version egcs1
Console: colour VGA+ 80x25
Calibrating delay loop... 1133.77 BogoMIPS
start low memory: 0xc0001000 i386_endbase: 0xc009f000
addresses range:: 0xc0f00000  0xc1000000
start memory: c04f8000 end_memory: d0000000
Memory: 257688k/262144k available (988k kernel code, 416k reserved, 
2992k data,)
Dentry hash table entries: 262144 (order 9, 2048k)
Buffer cache hash table entries: 262144 (order 8, 1024k)
Page cache hash table entries: 65536 (order 6, 256k)
vmdump: setting dump_execute() as dump_function_ptr ...
VFS: Diskquotas version dquot_6.4.0 initialized
CPU: Intel Pentium III (Coppermine) stepping 06
Checking 386/387 coupling... OK, FPU using exception 16 error 
reporting.
Checking 'hlt' instruction... OK.
POSIX conformance testing by UNIFIX
mtrr: v1.35a (19990819) Richard Gooch (rgooch@atnf.csiro.au)
PCI: PCI BIOS revision 2.10 entry at 0xfda95
PCI: Using configuration type 1
-----------more-----------

Related Commands

reload

clock

show cdp neighbor

To display the WLSE's nearest neighbor on the network, use the following command.

show cdp neighbor

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

CDP neighbor information is usually broadcasted at 3- to 5-minute intervals, so there may be a delay in displaying neighbor information.

Example

This command shows the nearest neighbor on the network.

show cdp neighbor
cdp neighbor device: Switch
        device type: cisco WS-C2924-XL
        port: FastEthernet0/12
        address: 209.165.201.0

show cdp run

To display the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) configuration, use the following command.

show cdp run

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the CDP configuration:

show cdp run
CDP protocol is enabled ...
        broadcasting interval is every 60 seconds.
        time-to-live of cdp packets is 180 seconds.

        CDP is enabled on port eth0.

show collectorlog

To display the WLSE's collector log, use the following command.

show collectorlog [page] | include matchstring1 [matchstring2]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the WLSE's collector log, one page at a time:

show collectorlog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/collector.log
2001/12/20 13:43:18 main HSECollector MESSAGE CollectorMain: Waiting 
for databas
e to be ready
2001/12/20 13:43:21 main HSECollector MESSAGE CollectorMain: Database 
is ready
SNMPThrPool: Instantiated ex.lib.snmp.lib.timer.DynamicThreadPool,  mi
n=15, max=48, maxIdleSecs=0
2001/12/20 13:43:29 main HSECollector MESSAGE ServletServiceModule: 
Moxie Servle
t Engine is ready to receive requests
2001/12/20 13:43:30 PeriodicSchedulerRun:FaultCleanup HSECollector 
MESSAGE Colle
ctorDBUtils: DB.TableCleanupCommand=[VACUUM ]
2001/12/20 13:43:30 PeriodicSchedulerRun:FaultCleanup HSECollector 
MESSAGE Colle
ctorDBUtils: DB.TableUpdateStatsCommand=[VACUUM ANALYZE ]
2001/12/21 10:39:52 Moxie Servlet Engine:Pooled Thread:1 HSECollector 
MESSAGE Se
rvletContextAdaptor: Collector: init

show config

To display the system configuration, use the following command.

show config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the system configuration:

show config
hostname ex1
interface ethernet0 209.165.201.0 255.255.255.224 default-gateway 
209.165.202.128
interface ethernet1 down
interface ethernet2 down
interface ethernet3 down
interface ethernet4 down
interface ethernet5 down
ip domain-name embu-doc
ip name-server 209.165.202.158
username admin epassword ************* privilege 15

show daemonslog

To display the WLSE's daemons log, use the following command.

show daemonslog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the WLSE's daemons log, one page at a time:

show daemonslog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/daemons.log
[dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_DBG)=NULL
[dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_MY_DEBUG)=NULL
[dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_MY_TRACE)=NULL
[dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_DBG_LEVEL)=NULL
[dmgrDbg][Thu Dec 20 13:42:53 2001]##### INFO ##### re-evaluate 
DbgLevel=0x0
        ++>>it(1) = 8077978 <HSECollector>
        ++>>it(1) = 8077898 <HSEANIServer>
        ++>>it(1) = 8077428 <PostgreSQL>
        ++>>it(1) = 8077228 <WebServer>
        ++>>it(1) = 8077328 <Tomcat>
        ++>>it(1) = 80770d8 <ExcepReporter>
        ++>>it(1) = 8076fc8 <CDPbrdcast>
        ++>>it(1) = 8076e58 <PerfMon>
#!/bin/sh -v
#!/bin/sh -v

if [ "$NMSROOT" = "" ]; then
        NMSROOT=/opt/CSCOets
        export NMSROOT
fi

cd $NMSROOT
--More--

show dmgtdlog

To display the WLSE's daemon manager log, use the following command.

show dmgtdlog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the daemon manager log, one page at a time:

show dmgtdlog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/dmgtd.log
Dec 20 13:42:56 ex dmgt[712]: #3001:TYPE=INFO:Using port: tcp/42340.
Dec 20 13:42:56 ex dmgt[714]: #3007:TYPE=INFO:Started application(HSEC
ollector) "/bin/nice -n 19 /opt/CSCOets/bin/collector" pid=715.
Dec 20 13:42:56 ex dmgt[714]: #3007:TYPE=INFO:Started application(HSEA
--More--

show webaccesslog

To display the WLSE's Web access log, use the following command.

show webaccesslog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the Web access log, one page at a time:

show webaccesslog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/access_log
209.165.200.224 - - [21/Dec/2001:10:38:54 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 302 
276 "-" "Moz
illa/4.76 [en]C-CCK-MCD   (Windows NT 5.0; U)"
209.165.200.224 - - [21/Dec/2001:10:38:54 +0000] "GET 
/perl/login-form.cgi HTTP/1.
0" 200 2268 "-" "Mozilla/4.76 [en]C-CCK-MCD   (Windows NT 5.0; U)"
209.165.200.224 - - [21/Dec/2001:10:38:55 +0000] "GET /icons/hse.gif 
HTTP/1.0" 200
 5554 "http://209.165.201.0:1741/perl/login-form.cgi" "Mozilla/4.76 
[en]C-CCK-MC
D   (Windows NT 5.0; U)"
209.165.200.224 - - [21/Dec/2001:10:38:55 +0000] "GET 
/icons/left_top.gif HTTP/1.0
" 200 324 "http://209.165.201.0:1741/perl/login-form.cgi" 
"Mozilla/4.76 [en]C-CC
K-MCD   (Windows NT 5.0; U)"
--More--

show weberrorlog

To display the WLSE's Web error log, use the following command.

show weberrorlog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the Web error log, one page at a time:

show weberrorlog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/error_log
[Thu Dec 20 13:43:00 2001] [error] (22)Invalid argument: <Perl>: 
Invalid command
 'secret', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in 
the server
 configuration
[Thu Dec 20 13:43:00 2001] [error] (22)Invalid argument: <Perl>: 
Invalid command
 'line', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in 
the server c
onfiguration
[Thu Dec 20 13:43:00 2001] [error] (22)Invalid argument: <Perl>:

show websslaccesslog

To display the WLSE's Web SSL log, use the following command.

show websslaccesslog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the Web SSL log, one page at a time:

show websslaccesslog page

show import

To display an imported host file, use the following command.

show import hosts

Syntax Description

hosts Name of server that host files were imported from.

Example

This command displays the imported host file.

show import ftpserver_1

show install logs

This command displays the software updates and images available on the configured repository.

show install logs [ short | long ] [ page ]

Syntax Description

short Displays only the names of software updates and images on the configured repository

long Displays the names and descriptions of software updates and images on the configured repository.

page Displays command output one screen at a time.

Example

The following command displays the software updates and images available on the configured browser, one screen at a time:

show install updates page
2
NAME=EX-2.0a

show ipchains

This command displays the IP chains for the selected interface.

show ipchains eth[ 0-5 ]

Syntax Description

eth[ 0-5 ] Name of the interface port to be configured. Acceptable values are eth0-eth5; eth0 corresponds to Ethernet port 0, and eth1 corresponds to Ethernet port 1. On the WLSE 1130, eth0 corresponds to the port labeled A on the back panel, and eth1 corresponds to the port labeled B.

Example

The following command displays the IP chains for the ethernet 0 interface:

show ipchains eth0
Chain ineth0 (1 references):
target     prot opt     source                destination           
ports
ACCEPT     tcp  -y--l-  anywhere             ex.help     any ->   telt
ACCEPT     tcp  ------  anywhere             ex.help     any ->   telt
ACCEPT     tcp  ------  anywhere             ex.help     any ->   3345
ACCEPT     tcp  -y--l-  anywhere             ex.help     any ->   ssh

show hosts

The following command displays the WLSE's host file.

show hosts [ page ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time.

Example

The following command displays the host file one page at a time:

show hosts page

show maillog

To display the WLSE's mail log, use the following command.

show maillog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the collector log, one page at a time:

show maillog page
/var/log/maillog
Dec 21 04:02:06 ex sendmail[11643]: EAA11643: from=root, size=307, cla
ss=0, pri=30307, nrcpts=1, msgid=<200112210402.EAA11643@ex.help>, rela
y=root@localhost
Dec 21 04:02:06 ex sendmail[11660]: EAA11643: SYSERR(root): Cannot exe
c /usr/bin/procmail: No such file or directory
Dec 21 04:02:06 ex sendmail[11643]: EAA11643: to=root, ctladdr=root (0
/0), delay=00:00:06, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=local, stat=Operating 
system error

show proc

To display the WLSE's active process statistics, use the following command.

show proc [ page ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time.

Example

The following command displays the active process statistics one page at a time:

show proc page
PID     ELAPSED    SZ                  STARTED TTY  COMMAND
    1    22:29:10   277 Thu Dec 20 13:42:29 2001 ?    init
    2    22:29:10     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:29 2001 ?    kflushd
    3    22:29:10     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:29 2001 ?    kupdate
    4    22:29:10     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:29 2001 ?    kpiod
    5    22:29:10     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:29 2001 ?    kswapd
    6    22:29:03     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:36 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   85    22:29:00     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:39 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   86    22:29:00     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:39 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   87    22:28:59     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:40 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   88    22:28:59     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:40 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
   89    22:28:59     0 Thu Dec 20 13:42:40 2001 ?    kreiserfsd
  208    22:28:57   290 Thu Dec 20 13:42:42 2001 ?    watchdog
  322    22:28:51   342 Thu Dec 20 13:42:48 2001 ?    idled
  510    22:28:51   290 Thu Dec 20 13:42:48 2001 ?    syslogd
  519    22:28:50   361 Thu Dec 20 13:42:49 2001 ?    klogd
  637    22:28:48   327 Thu Dec 20 13:42:51 2001 ?    crond
  651    22:28:48   286 Thu Dec 20 13:42:51 2001 ?    inetd
17076       18:23   364 Fri Dec 21 11:53:16 2001 ?     \_ in.telnetd
17077       18:23   575 Fri Dec 21 11:53:16 2001 0     |   \_ login
-----------more-----------

show repository

To display the status or the access log of a configured repository, use the following command.

show repository {[ status | access-log ]} [ page ]

Syntax Description

status Displays the status of the local repository

access-log Displays the access-log of the local repository

page Displays command output one screen at a time.

Example

This command displays the status of the configured repository:

show repository status
Repository Source: 171.69.212.146:9851 
repository is running.

show route

To display the routes currently configured, use the following command.

show route

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the currently configured routes

show route
Destination     Gateway Genmask         Flags Metric Ref    Use Iface
209.165.200.224 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.224 UH    0      0        0 eth0
209.165.200.225 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.224 U     0      0        0 eth0
209.165.200.254 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.224 U     0      0        0 lo
209.165.202.128 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.224 UG    0      0        0 eth0

show securitylog

To display the WLSE's security log information, use the following command.

show securitylog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the security log, one page at a time:

show securitylog page
/var/log/secure
Dec 20 13:45:23 ex in.tftpd[1381]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:27 ex in.tftpd[1383]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:31 ex in.tftpd[1385]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:35 ex in.tftpd[1387]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:39 ex in.tftpd[1389]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:44 ex in.tftpd[1391]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:48 ex in.tftpd[1393]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:52 ex in.tftpd[1395]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:45:56 ex in.tftpd[1397]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:00 ex in.tftpd[1399]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:04 ex in.tftpd[1412]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:27 ex in.tftpd[1424]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:31 ex in.tftpd[1426]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:35 ex in.tftpd[1428]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:39 ex in.tftpd[1430]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:43 ex in.tftpd[1432]: connect from 209.165.200.224
Dec 20 13:46:47 ex in.tftpd[1434]: connect from 209.165.200.224
--More--

show snmp-server

The following command displays the WLSE's SNMP configuration:

show snmp-server

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

The following command displays the WLSE's SNMP configuration:

show snmp-server
RW community string: private
        RO community string: public
        sysLocation: your site information
        sysContact: your contact information
        trap-forwarding is disabled

show ssh-version

The following command displays the type of SSH that is enabled:

show ssh-version

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

This command displays the type of SSH that is enabled:

show ssh-version
SSH1, SSH2

show syslog

To display syslog information, use the following command.

show syslog [ page ] [ include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Usage Guidelines

To filter command output to include only the records that contain the specified string(s) of characters, use the include option with one or two character strings to search for.

If you include two strings, the command outputs only those records that contain both character strings.

Example

This command displays syslog information:

show syslog
Jun 20 16:04:23 ex syslogd 1.3-3: restart.
Jun 20 16:04:23 ex syslog: syslogd startup succeeded
Jun 20 16:04:23 ex kernel: klogd 1.3-3, log source = /proc/kmsg start.
Jun 20 16:04:23 ex kernel: Inspecting /boot/System.map-2.2.16-13bipse2
Jun 20 16:04:23 ex syslog: klogd startup succeeded
-----------more-----------

Related Command

interface

show tech

Use the following command to display information necessary for Cisco's Technical Assistance Center to assist you:

show tech [ page ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

Example

This command displays system information necessary for Cisco's Technical Assistance Center to assist you.

show tech page
/bin/cat: /var/log/secure: Permission denied
Copyright (c) 1999-2000 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Build Version (166) Mon Jun 11 16:56:23 PDT 2001
Linux/UID32 version 2.2.16-13bipsec.uid32 (gcc version egcs1
Uptime: 0 days 18 hours 35 mins

2 Ethernet interfaces
hostname ex
interface ethernet0 209.165.200.224 255.255.255.224 default-gateway 
209.165.202.128
ip name-server 209.165.201.0
username admin epassword ************* privilege 15
eth0      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:02:B3:35:FD:CC  
          inet addr:209.165.200.224 Bcast:209.165.201.31 
Mask:255.255.255.224
-----------more-----------

show telnetenable

To display the WLSE's Telnet status, use the following command.

show telnetenable

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Example

The following command shows whether Telnet is enabled or disabled:

show telnetenable
telnet enable for: ALL

show tomcatlog

To display the WLSE's Tomcat log, use the following command.

show tomcatlog [ page ] | include matchstring1 [ matchstring2 ]

Syntax Description

page Displays command output one screen at a time. Press the Return key to display the next output screen. Press Ctrl-c to exit paged output and return to the command prompt.

include Filters the command output to display only the records that contain the specified string of characters.

matchstring1 String of characters to search for in the command output.

matchstring2 (Optional) Another string of characters to search for in the command output.

Example

The following command displays the tomcat log, one page at a time:

show tomcatlog page
/var/adm/CSCOets/log/tomcat.log
2001-12-20 01:43:06 - ContextManager: Adding context Ctx( /examples )
2001-12-20 01:43:06 - ContextManager: Adding context Ctx( /admin )
Starting tomcat. Check logs/tomcat.log for error messages 
2001-12-20 01:43:06 - ContextManager: Adding context Ctx(  )
getUIProperties(): unhandled error could be a bad ui.properties
java.lang.NullPointerException
        at java.io.Reader.<init>(Reader.java:68)
        at java.io.InputStreamReader.<init>(InputStreamReader.java:96)
--More--

shutdown

To shut down the system in preparation for powering it off, use the following command.

shutdown

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

All processes running on the WLSE will stop, and it will not respond until you power it off and back on.

You are prompted to verify the shutdown. Enter yes to continue, or no to cancel the shutdown.


Caution Never power the system off without running the shutdown command first. Doing so can destroy data and prevent the system from booting.

Example

This command shuts down the system:

shutdown

Related Commands

reload

snmp-server

To configure an simple network management protocol (SNMP) agent, use the following command.

snmp-server { community community-name [ RO | RW ] | location sysLocation-info | contact sysContact-info }

no snmp-server { community community-name | location | contact }

Syntax Description

community sets the community strings that permit access to the SNMP.

community-name the community name string.

RO read only.

RW read / write .

location sets the system location string.

sysLocation-info the location string.

contact sets the contact string.

sysContact-info the contact string.

Example

This command sets an SNMP contact string:

snmp-server contact Dial System Operator at Beeper # 27345

ssh

To use SSH to connect to an external host, use the following command.

ssh [ options ] host [ command ]

Syntax Description

options Standard SSH options. For a list of these options, enter the ssh command without any arguments.

host Name or IP address of host to which to connect.

command Command for the external host to execute.

Example

Enter the following command to connect to an external host using SSH:

ssh 209.165.200.224

ssh-version

Use the following command to enable Secure Shell (SSH) 1, SSH 2, or both SSH 1 and SSH 2.

ssh-version { ssh1 | ssh2 | both }

Syntax Description

ssh1 Enables SSH 1

ssh2 Enables SSH 2

both Enables both SSH 1 and SSH2

Example

This command enables ssh1:

ssh-version ssh1

telnet

To Telnet to an external host, use the following command.

telnet { hostname | ip-address } [ portnumber ]

Syntax Description

hostname Hostname of the external device.

ip-address IP address of the external device.

portnumber portnumber of the external device.

Example

Enter the following command to telnet to port 9851 of a system with the IP address 209.165.200.224:

telnet 209.165.200.224 9851

telnetenable

To configure Telnet access, use the following command.

telnetenable { enable [ ip-addresses | domains ] | disable | status }

Syntax Description

enable Enables Telnet access to the system.

disable Disables Telnet access to the system.

status Displays current access status.

ip-addresses IP addresses of systems allowed Telnet access. If this argument is used, no other machines will be allowed access. Multiple IP address are allowed.

domains Domains of systems allowed Telnet access. If this argument is used, machines with domains other than the specified domain will be denied Telnet access. Multiple domains are allowed.

Default

The default is disable.

Usage Guidelines

To enable Telnet access to the system for all IP source addresses, use the telnetenable enable command alone. To enable specific IP addresses, use the telnetenable enable command followed by the IP addresses.

Example

This command enables Telnet for all IP source addresses:

telnetenable enable

username

To create a new user account or change an account's properties, use the following command. Use the no form of the command to remove a user account.

username name password password [ privilege { 0 | 15 }]

no username name

Syntax Description

name Name of the user account to create or remove. The user name can be up to 32 characters in length.

password Specifies a password for the account. Passwords can be from 5 to 8 characters in length.

password The password for the account.

privilege (Optional) Specifies the account privilege level.

0 Gives the account level 0 privileges. This is the default.

15 Gives the account level 15 privileges.

Usage Guidelines

Use the no form of the command to remove a user account. The default privilege level is 0 if you do not provide the privilege option.

For the allowable characters in the user name and password, see the naming guidelines appendix in the Web interface online help or in the User Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine.

Users that you create by using this command do not automatically have the HTTP access that is required for using the WLSE's web interface. To provide such users with HTTP access:


Step 1 Log into the Web interface as admin or as another user with system administrator privileges.

Step 2 Select Administration > User Admin, then select Manage Users.

Step 3 For each user you added by using the CLI:

a. Select the username, then select the relevant role(s).

b. Click Modify.


For more information about managing users, see online help or the User Guide for the Wireless LAN Solution Engine.

Example

This command creates a user account named user1 with password password1 and privilege level 15:

username user1 password password1 privilege 15

This command removes the user account:

no username user1

webtimeout

Sets the timeout period for the Web interface. After the timeout expires, you are logged out. The default is 30 minutes (1800 seconds).

webtimeout [ status | time seconds | default ]

Syntax Description

status Shows the current web session timeout setting.

time seconds Sets the web session timeout period.

default Resets the web session timeout to the default 30 minutes (1800 seconds).

Example

webtimeout time 3600 seconds

Maintenance Image Commands

This section describes the commands that are available when the system is booted from the maintenance image. For more information about the maintenance image, refer to the Installation and Configuration Guide for the Wireless LAN Solution Engine.

erase config

This command is identical to the level-15 erase config command. For a description, see erase config.

fsck

To check and repair the filesystem, use the following command.

fsck

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Usage Guidelines

This command might prompt you for confirmation before making certain repairs.

Example

The following command checks and repairs the filesystem:

fsck

reload

This command is identical to the level 15 reload command. For a description, see reload.