Cisco ONS 15200 Command Line Interface Administrator Manual, Release 1.0
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This publication provides administrator-level information about the ONS 15200 Command Line Interface and describes how to view information about the ONS 15200 network. This publication is intended for use by personnel responsible for system administration.
The Cisco ONS 15200 Command Line Interface Administrator Manual is organized as follows:
"Software Description," provides an overview of the software features.
"Getting Started," provides information about ONS 15200 Command Line Interface connectivity.
"Administrator Commands," provides administrator-level commands.
"Commands and Procedures," describes universal command parameters and provides information about each ONS 15200 Command Line Interface command that can be sent to ONS 15200 modules, including purpose, syntax, input parameters, and response parameters.
"Acronyms," defines abbreviations used in the manual.
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