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About the Web Interface

This guide details the commands available on the Web and the Command Line Interfaces. The tables contained in
this document reference the CLI commands and the equivalent Web Interface menu items that allow the same
configuration to be made using the web interface.
About the Command Line Interface
To use the command line interface (CLI) of your unit, please refer to the following points for assistance:
When initially accessing the CLI, press Enter when prompted. The User View displays. This is indicated by the
chevron brackets around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, <4500>.
In System View, square brackets appear around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, [4500].
You must be in the System View menu to access the configurable CLI commands.
Some commands can be entered directly at any prompt from anywhere in the interface.
If you enter part of a command followed by a ? (with no space between), the CLI will show you all the
commands that begin in that way.
To display command parameters:
At the prompt, enter the name of the command followed by a space and ?. For example:
<4500>
boot ?
The following parameters are displayed:
boot-loader
bootrom
<4500>
To specify boot loader, enter the command as follows:
<4500>
boot boot-loader ?
You only need to enter ? if parameters exist for the command.
To display parent menus:
At the prompt, enter
To display the User View menu:
Press <CTRL+Z>.
To obtain help:
At the prompt, enter ?.
The term 'view' may be used interchangeably with the term 'menu'.
The
command is placed before the command you wish to undo, for example,
undo
password.
tion
<CTRL+A> places the cursor back to the start of the command line.
Enter the first few characters of a command and press TAB to enter the full command without having to
input the entire command (where there is only one command that starts with the entered characters).
Use the Up Arrow key at the prompt to repeat the previous command string.
Use Delete to delete the character after the cursor; Backspace deletes the character before the cursor.
When entering physical port numbers, Enter the port number as
the physical port number.
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  • Page 1: About The Web Interface

    ■ chevron brackets around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, <4500>. In System View, square brackets appear around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, [4500]. ■ You must be in the System View menu to access the configurable CLI commands.
  • Page 2: Further Information

    This section provides a summary of menus and commands supported by the agent for each of the supported hardware platform variants. Any matching web commands available in the web interface are also shown. Commands marked with ‘*’ are available on the Switch 4500 PWR only. Table 1 Command Line Editing Moves the cursor to the start of the command line <Ctrl+A>...
  • Page 3 Command Description Web Command View the saved history of commands display history-command View the statistics information about ICMP packets display icmp statistics View IGMP snooping configuration information display igmp-snooping configuration View IP multicast groups and MAC multicast groups display igmp-snooping group View the statistics information on IGMP snooping display igmp-snooping statistics...
  • Page 4 Command Description Web Command NTP connection display ntp sessions NTP status and configuration information display ntp status Trace the time synchronization information display ntp trace View active ACL interface information display packet-filter interface View active ACL unit identifier display packet-filter unit id Display password-control information display password-control Display blacklist information...
  • Page 5 Return to user view from any view other than user view return Check the network routes and troubleshoot the network tracert Table 3 User View <4500> Command Description Web Command Specify the application file (.app) used for booting the Switch...
  • Page 6 Command Description Web Command Configure local timezone clock timezone Copy from one file to another copy Enable system debugging functions debugging Enable ARP debugging debugging arp packet Enable DHCP client debugging debugging dhcp client Enable DHCP relay debugging debugging dhcp-relay Enable LACP packets debugging at a designated port or ports debugging lacp packet Enable LACP state machines debugging on a designated port...
  • Page 7 Web Command Define ACL identified by a number or a name, and then enter Device -> ACL acl number the corresponding ACL view (See Table , “[4500]rip ,” on Security-> Authorized IP page Enable the access management function am enable...
  • Page 8 Command Description Web Command Delete all the static routes Device -> IP Route delete static-routes all Configure the IP address of the DHCP Server used by the dhcp-server [x] ip DHCP Server group. X= group number Configure an ISP domain or enter the view of an existing ISP domain domain Specify 802.1x configuration information...
  • Page 9 Command Description Web Command Configure HTTP Security -> Authorized IP ip http Configure an address prefix list or one of its items ip ip-prefix Configure a static route Device -> IP Route ip route-static Configure LACP system priority value Port -> LACP lacp system-priority Configure a descriptor for an aggregation group Port ->...
  • Page 10 Command Description Web Command Specify RADIUS configuration information and enter the radius scheme RADIUS view (See Table 11, “RADIUS Server Group View,” on page Specify the remote-ping test class remote-ping Enable a remote-ping client remote-ping-agent enable Return to user view from any view other than user view return Enable RIP and enter RIP view (See Table 17, “RIP View,”...
  • Page 11 Change the default web source file name web set-package Configure authentication mode of the fabric Device->XRN Fabric xrn-fabric authentication- mode Table 5 Local-user View [4500]local-user admin Command Description Web Command Configure some attributes for specified local user Administration -> System attribute...
  • Page 12 Configure the stop bits on the AUX (Console) port stopbits Configure which level of command a user can use after logon user privilege level from a specific user interface Table 7 VTY User-interface View [4500]user-interface 1 integer (0-12) [4500]user-interface 1 aux [4500]user-interface 1 vty Command Description Web Command...
  • Page 13 Register an FTP user user Enable verbose (verbose is enabled by default) verbose Table 11 RADIUS Server Group View [4500]radius scheme 1 Command Description Web Command Enable the selection of RADIUS accounting option accounting optional Configure the unit of data flow that send to RADIUS Server...
  • Page 14 IGMP snooping igmp-snooping Add ports to or delete ports from VLAN Device -> VLAN port Table 14 VLAN Inteface View [4500]interface vlan 2 Command Description Web Command Configure a description for the current VLAN or VLAN description interface Configure corresponding DHCP Server Group of a VLAN...
  • Page 15 Disable the VLAN interface Device -> VLAN Interface shutdown Configure the relay destination server udp-helper server Table 15 Ethernet Port View [4500]interface ethernet 1/0/1 Command Description Web Command Configure the IP address pool for access management on a am ip-pool port...
  • Page 16 Configure WRED parameters wred Table 16 Route Policy View Specify name, action and node to see the options below [4500]route-policy policy 1 permit node 1 Command Description Web Command Configure the route cost value of route information apply cost...
  • Page 17 Command Description Web Command Specify the ACL description description Add a subrule to an ACL Device -> ACL rule Security -> Authorized IP Copyright © 2007, 3Com Corporation. All rights reserved. www.3Com.com Part Number: 10015872 Rev. AA Published: January, 2007...

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