Tag: <span>commands</span>

These are the some commands being used when performing network change or maintenance, depending on the features or services being run in the network. Typically, this is very useful in verification, troubleshooting and comparison between before and after the change. #Log Time set cli timestamp set cli screen-width 200 show ntp associations no-resolve | no-more show ntp status no-resolve | no-more ## Hardware Status show chassis hardware | no-more show chassis hardware clei-models | no-more show chassis hardware detail |…

Juniper

Here’s the Cisco IOS-XR commands vs Huawei OS commands Cisco IOS-XR Huawei BASIC show display     | include | include exit quit end return ..formal |   configure system-view shutdown shutdown  no shutdown undo shutdown     no undo  clear  reset show running-config display current-configuration show version display version    show tech-support display diagnostic-information show configuration (after change)   clear counters <interface> reset counters <int> clear line <line><line number>       terminal length <num>   screen-length disable terminal…

Networking

For IOS, the equivalent command of “write erase” to IOS-XR is the command “commit replace” RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9K(config)#commit replace ? best-effort   Commit the configuration changes via best-effort operation comment       Assign a comment to this commit confirmed     Rollback this commit unless there is a confirming commit force         Override the memory checks label         Assign a label to this commit save-running  Save running configuration to a file show-error    Displays commit failures immediately <cr>     …

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