While performing basic configurations of the system, go to these sections for information you are
Entering System View
Exiting the Current View
Exiting to User View
Configuring the Device Name
Configuring the System Clock
Enabling/Disabling the Display of Copyright Information
Configuring a Banner
Configuring CLI Hotkeys
Configuring Command Alias
Configuring User Privilege Levels and Command Levels
Configuring Command Alias is added in V05.02.00P19 on the 3Com Switch 4500G. For details,
please refer to
Configuration tasks in this chapter are optional configurations for the device and independent from
each other. You can perform the configuration tasks without following the order in this chapter.
To avoid duplicate configuration, you can use the display commands to view the current configuration
of the device before configuring the device. The configurations of a device fall into the following
Factory defaults: When devices are shipped, they are installed with some basic configurations,
which are called factory defaults. These default configurations ensure that a device can start up
and run normally when it has no configuration file or the configuration file is damaged.
Current configuration: The currently running configuration on the device.
Saved configuration: Configurations saved in the startup configuration file, which helps to restore
Follow these steps to display device configurations:
Display the factory defaults of
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