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Use the clear global-config command to erase all global-config parameters.
The global-config parameters are shared among both ARX peers in a redundant pair: primarily, namespaces and global servers. The traditional running-config applies only to the local switch.
Use this command to remove all namespaces, global servers, and other global-config parameters. This can be a useful alternative to delete startup-config, which deletes all running-config and global-config parameters. By preserving the running-config parameters, the network configuration remains intact; you can use the in-band (VLAN) management interfaces after clearing the global config.
bstnA# clear global-config
The global-config parameters are shared among both ARXes in a redundant pair. The traditional running-config applies only to the local switch. We recommend copying the global config to a remote server after any global-configuration change. Use the copy global-config command to copy the switchs global configuration to a local file, a remote server, an ARX volume, a remote ARX, or an email recipient.
copy global-config ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name
ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name (1-1024 characters) is the syntax for uploading the startup-config:
user[:password]@ (optional) are the credentials for FTP access. If you omit them altogether, they default to the credentials set by the ip ftp-user command. If you enter the user but omit the password, the CLI prompts for the password before continuing.
server is the IP address or hostname for the FTP server.
file-name is the destination-file path. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5//var/cfgs/ac-gbl.cfg). Use only one slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5/ac-gbl.cfg).
copy global-config scp://user@server:dest-file [accept-host-key]
scp://user@server:dest-file (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the destination file:
user@ is the username to present to the other end of the SCP connection. This user must be valid at the remote host.
server: is the IP address or hostname for SCP host. End with a colon (:).
dest-file is the destination-file path. Lead with a slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:/var/configs/gblConf). Use no slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:myGlobal.cfg).
accept-host-key (optional) indicates that if the other end of the connection has an unknown SSH host key (that is, if it is new, or if its key has changed since the last time the host was contacted), the ARX should accept the new host key and continue with the upload. Otherwise, the ARX stops the upload if the host presents an unknown key.
copy global-config {nfs|cifs} namespace vol file-name
nfs | cifs is a required choice. This chooses the protocol for the file transfer.
namespace (1-30 characters) identifies the namespace to hold the global-config file.
vol (1-1024 characters) is the volume name.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is the path to the config file, starting at the root of the volume.
copy global-config ron remote-arx {configs|scripts} file-name
remote-arx (1-30 characters) is the hostname of the remote ARX to which you are sending the copy. This must be an ARX in the same Resilient-Overlay Network (RON); use show ron for a full list of hosts on the RON. The remote host checks your administrative credentials to confirm you have permission to copy the configuration file: the credentials are the ip ron-user, or the credentials you used to log into the CLI if no RON user is set.
configs | scripts is the destination directory at the remote host. This is a required choice.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a destination-file name, for example, gblcfgbeta01.cfg, to which you copy/save the switchs global-configuration information.
copy global-config tftp://server/file-name
tftp://server/file-name (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the global-config file:
server is the machine name (for example, mymachine.myco.com).
file-name is the desired path name for the file. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute: for example, ...myserver//var/configs/gblConf specifies /var/configs/gblConf on myserver. Use only one slash if the path is local to the servers tftpboot directory. This conforms with the specification for FTP URLs in RFC 1738.
copy global-config smtp://[email-address/]file-name
smtp://[email-address/]file-name (1-1024 characters) is an email destination for the file:
smtp:// is required. This declares that the destination is an email address.
email-address (optional) is the recipient of the email in username@host format (for example, jsmith@myco.com). If you omit this, the CLI uses the default address set by the cfg-smtp to command.
file-name is the name of the global-config file. This is sent as an attachment to the outbound email message.
configs | diag-info | scripts is the destination directory. This is a required choice.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a destination-file name, for example, gblcfgbeta01.cfg, to which you copy/save the switchs global-configuration information.
If you upload using SCP (a secure protocol), the CLI asks for a password. Provide a password for user. The user name and password must be valid at the SCP server. The CLI also prompts for a password if you use FTP and enter a user without a password.
You can use this file later to recreate the global configuration, if necessary; copy it to the scripts or config directory and use the run scripts config-file-name command.
Note: A global-config run changes the global config for both members of a redundant pair.
Use show directories to view all the local-directory listings.
Note that this command, copy global-config, immediately creates the global-config file from the database and then copies it, so its date stamp is either the time you invoked the command or the time that the file was created at the remote server. This is different from copy configs boot-config, which copies a file that was created when the system was installed: the boot-config file may have a time stamp with the system-install time.
bstnA# copy global-config scripts ron.cfg
bstnA# copy global-config ftp://ftpuser:ftpuser@10.1.1.19/acopia-gbl.cfg
bstnA# copy global-config scp://juser@10.1.1.35:acopia-gbl.cfg
Password: jpasswd
The running-config is the parameters that apply to the local switch only, as opposed to a redundant peer. We strongly recommend saving the running-config after any configuration change. Use the copy running-config command to copy the switchs current running configuration to a local file, upload it to a remote server, place it into an ARX volume, or send it in an email message.
copy running-config ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name
ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name (1-1024 characters) is the syntax for uploading the startup-config:
user[:password]@ (optional) are the credentials for FTP access. If you omit them altogether, they default to the credentials set by the ip ftp-user command. If you enter the user but omit the password, the CLI prompts for the password before continuing.
server is the IP address or hostname for the FTP server.
file-name is the destination-file path. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5//var/cfgs/ac-run.cfg). Use only one slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5/ac-run.cfg).
copy running-config scp://user@server:dest-file [accept-host-key]
scp://user@server:dest-file (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the destination file:
user@ is the username to present to the other end of the SCP connection. This user must be valid at the remote host.
server: is the IP address or hostname for SCP host. End with a colon (:).
dest-file is the destination-file path. Lead with a slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:/var/configs/runConf). Use no slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:myrun.cfg).
accept-host-key (optional) indicates that if the other end of the connection has an unknown SSH host key (that is, if it is new, or if its key has changed since the last time the host was contacted), the ARX should accept the new host key and continue with the upload. Otherwise, the ARX stops the upload if the host presents an unknown key.
copy running-config {nfs|cifs} namespace vol file-name
nfs | cifs is a required choice. This chooses the protocol for the file transfer.
namespace (1-30 characters) identifies the namespace to hold the running-config file.
vol (1-1024 characters) is the volume name.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is the path to the config file, starting at the root of the volume.
copy running-config ron remote-arx {configs|scripts} file-name
remote-arx (1-30 characters) is the hostname of the remote ARX to which you are sending the copy. This must be an ARX in the same Resilient-Overlay Network (RON); use show ron for a full list of hosts on the RON. The remote host checks your administrative credentials to confirm you have permission to copy the configuration file: the credentials are the ip ron-user, or the credentials you used to log into the CLI if no RON user is set.
configs | scripts is the destination directory at the remote host. This is a required choice.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a destination-file name, for example, rnngcfgPrtlnd.cfg, to which you copy/save the switchs running-configuration information.
copy running-config tftp://server/file-name
tftp://server/file-name (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the running-config file:
server is the machine name (for example, mymachine.myco.com).
file-name is the desired path name for the file. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute: for example, ...myserver//var/configs/runConf specifies /var/configs/runConf on myserver. Use only one slash if the path is local to the servers tftpboot directory. This conforms with the specification for FTP URLs in RFC 1738.
copy running-config smtp://[e-mail-address/]file-name
smtp://[e-mail-address/]file-name (1-1024 characters) is an E-mail destination for the file:
smtp:// is required. This declares that the destination is an E-mail address.
e-mail-address (optional) is the recipient of the E-mail in username@host format (for example, jsmith@myco.com). If you omit this, the CLI uses the default address set by the cfg-smtp to command.
file-name is the name of the running-config file. This is sent as an attachment to the outbound E-mail message.
copy running-config {configs | diag-info | scripts} file-name
configs | diag-info | scripts is the destination directory. This is a required choice.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a file name (for example, arxbeta02.cfg) to which you copy the switchs running-config information.
If you upload using SCP (a secure protocol), the CLI asks for a password. Provide a password for user. The user name and password must be valid at the SCP server. The CLI also prompts for a password if you use FTP and enter a user without a password.
The show running-config command shows the config at the CLI prompt.
To recreate the running config (either on the same switch or a replacement switch), copy it to the scripts or config directory and use the run scripts config-file-name command.
Note that this command, copy running-config, immediately creates the running-config file from the database and then copies it, so its date stamp is either the time you invoked the command or the time that the file was created at the remote server. This is different from copy configs boot-config, which copies a file that was created when the system was installed: the boot-config file may have a time stamp with the system-install time.
bstnA# copy running-config config aco-run.cfg
bstnA# copy running-config ftp://10.1.1.19/acopia-run.cfg
bstnA# copy running-config smtp://jsmith@myco.com/ARX-run.cfg
bstnA# copy running-config scp://juser@10.1.1.35:acopia-run.cfg
Password: jpasswd
Use the copy startup-config command to copy the switchs full configuration (both running-config and global-config) to a specified directory and file. You can also use this command to upload the file to a remote server or send it in an E-mail message.
copy startup-config ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name
ftp://[user[:password]@]server/file-name (1-1024 characters) is the syntax for uploading the startup-config:
user[:password]@ (optional) are the credentials for FTP access. If you omit them altogether, they default to the credentials set by the ip ftp-user command. If you enter the user but omit the password, the CLI prompts for the password before continuing.
server is the IP address or hostname for the FTP server.
file-name is the destination-file path. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5//var/cfgs/ac-start.cfg). Use only one slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, ftp://10.1.1.5/ac-start.cfg).
copy startup-config scp://user@server:dest-file [accept-host-key]
scp://user@server:dest-file (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the destination file:
user@ is the username to present to the other end of the SCP connection. This user must be valid at the remote host.
server: is the IP address or hostname for SCP host. End with a colon (:).
dest-file is the destination-file path. Lead with a slash (/) if the path is absolute (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:/var/configs/startConf). Use no slash if the path is local to the home directory for user (for example, scp://root@10.1.1.5:mystart.cfg).
accept-host-key (optional) indicates that if the other end of the connection has an unknown SSH host key (that is, if it is new, or if its key has changed since the last time the host was contacted), the ARX should accept the new host key and continue with the upload. Otherwise, the ARX stops the upload if the host presents an unknown key.
copy startup-config {nfs|cifs} namespace vol file-name
nfs | cifs is a required choice. This chooses the protocol for the file transfer.
namespace (1-30 characters) identifies the namespace to hold the startup-config file.
vol (1-1024 characters) is the volume name.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is the path to the config file, starting at the root of the volume.
copy startup-config ron remote-arx {configs|scripts} file-name
remote-arx (1-30 characters) is the hostname of the remote ARX to which you are sending the copy. This must be an ARX in the same Resilient-Overlay Network (RON); use show ron for a full list of hosts on the RON. The remote host checks your administrative credentials to confirm you have permission to copy the configuration file: the credentials are the ip ron-user, or the credentials you used to log into the CLI if no RON user is set.
configs | scripts is the destination directory at the remote host. This is a required choice.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a destination-file name, for example, strtUpBstn.cfg, to which you copy/save the switchs startup-configuration information.
copy startup-config tftp://server/file-name
tftp://server/file.tgz (1-1024 characters) is the URL for the startup-config file:
server is the machine name (for example, mymachine.myco.com).
file-name is the desired path name for the file. Lead with an extra slash (/) if the path is absolute: for example, ...myserver//var/configs/startConf specifies /var/configs/startConf on myserver. Use only one slash if the path is local to the servers tftpboot directory. This conforms with the specification for FTP URLs in RFC 1738.
copy startup-config smtp://[e-mail-address/]file-name
smtp://[e-mail-address/]file-name (1-1024 characters) is an E-mail destination for the file:
smtp:// is required. This declares that the destination is an E-mail address.
e-mail-address (optional) is the recipient of the E-mail in username@host format (for example, jsmith@myco.com). If you omit this, the CLI uses the default address set by the cfg-smtp to command.
file-name is the name of the startup-config file. This is sent as an attachment to the outbound E-mail message.
copy startup-config {configs | diag-info | scripts} file-name
configs | diag-info | scripts selects a local destination directory. You can run the file as a script later if you save it to the configs or scripts directory.
file-name (1-1024 characters) is a local-file name (for example, arxbeta02.cfg) to which you copy the switchs startup-config information.
If you upload using SCP (a secure protocol), the CLI asks for a password. Provide a password for user. The user name and password must be valid at the SCP server. The CLI also prompts for a password if you use FTP and enter a user without a password.
You can use this file later to recreate the full configuration, if necessary; copy it to the scripts directory and use the run scripts config-file-name command.
Note: A startup-config run changes the global config for both members of a redundant pair.
Note that this command, copy startup-config, immediately creates the startup-config file from the database and then copies it, so its date stamp is either the time you invoked the command or the time that the file was created at the remote server. This is different from copy configs boot-config, which copies a file that was created when the system was installed: the boot-config file may have a time stamp with the system-install time.
bstnA# copy startup-config config aco-startup.cfg
bstnA# copy startup-config ftp://10.1.1.19/aco-start.cfg
bstnA# copy startup-config scp://juser@10.1.1.19:aco-start.cfg
Password: jpasswd
After you delete the startup-config file, the chassis comes up from its next reboot with minimal configuration. You can use the reload command to invoke a reboot. Before the next reboot, you can use restore startup-config to recover a mistakenly-deleted startup-config.
To remove the remaining parameters and go back to the initial-boot script after the next reboot, you can also use delete configs boot-config. This eliminates the OOB management port, too, requiring you to log in through the Console port after reboot.
bstnA# delete startup-config
delete configs boot-config
This recreates the current configuration and expresses it as a series of CLI commands. You can use this command after you previously removed the startup-config with the delete startup-config command. This recovers from a mistakenly-deleted configuration. To confirm that the command was successful, you can use the show configs command and confirm that a new startup-config entry is in the listing.
If you run delete startup-config and reload before running this command, the chassis boots up without any configuration parameters. The restore startup-config command is no-longer useful after the chassis reboots.
bstnA# restore startup-config
The boot-config file contains all of the parameters that are set by the initial-boot script (described in the Hardware Installation Guides). If this file is absent when the switch boots, the switch reruns this script. Use the save boot-config command to ensure that the switch keeps its boot-config for the next reboot.
After you delete the boot-config file (with delete configs boot-config) and reboot, the Console goes to the initial-boot script (described in the Hardware Installation Guides). The CLI starts after you answer all of the questions in the initial-boot script.
This command prevents re-running the initial-boot script. It creates a text file named boot-config, which you can see with the show configs command. You can use the copy command (copy ftp, copy scp, copy {nfs|cifs}, or copy tftp) to upload it to an external host, or to download a new boot-config script.
bstnA# save boot-config
delete configs boot-config
Use the show global-config command to view an ordered list of CLI commands required to recreate the current global-config state.
show global-config archive [file-history-archive]
filer | global-server | policy | security | config-replication are optional choices to focus on one section of the global-config report.
filer specifies external-filer details.
global-server specifies global-server configurations.
schedule specifies policy schedules.
security specifies security information such as management services authentication providers.
config-replication focuses the output on config-replication rules.
archive is an optional choice to focus on the archive section of the global-config report. This section has the configuration for every file-history archive on the ARX. Unless you specify a particular file-history-archive name, this shows the configurations for all of them.
file-history-archive (optional, 1-64 characters) identifies a particular archive.
nfs | cifs specifies that you want to focus on NFS or CIFS services only. Unless you include an fqdn, this shows all front-end services of the given type.
fqdn (optional, 1-128 characters) identifies a particular NFS or CIFS service (for example, www.medarcv.com). For a list of all NFS and CIFS services, use the show virtual service command.
namespace specifies that you want to focus on namespaces only. If you omit the name, all namespaces are shown.
name (optional, 1-30 characters) identifies a particular namespace (for example, medarcv). Use show namespace for a list of all namespaces.
volume (optional, 1-1024 characters) identifies a particular namespace volume (for example, /usr).
The global-config parameters are shared among both peers in a redundant pair; they do not include parameters that apply to the current switch only. For parameters that apply to the local switch, such as layer 2 and 3 parameters, use show running-config.
Later, to recreate a saved global-config, paste the text at the CLI prompt (from priv-exec mode) or copy the file from a remote server and use the run command to run it as a script.
Note: A global-config run changes the global config for both members of a redundant pair.
bstnA> show global-config
bstnA> show global-config filer
bstnA> show global-config namespace wwmed
bstnA> show global-config cifs
bstnA> show global-config
bstnA> show global-config filer
bstnA> show global-config namespace wwmed
The running-config applies to the local switch only; these parameters are not shared with the redundant peer. Use the show running-config command to view an ordered list of CLI commands required to recreate the current running-config state.
bstnA> show running-config
shows the running-config. Figure 33.4 shows a sample report on an ARX-4000, Figure 33.5 on page 33-47 shows a sample report on an ARX-2500, Figure 33.6 on page 33-52 shows an ARX-2000 sample, Figure 33.7 on page 33-57 shows an example from an ARX-500, and Figure 33.8 on page 33-63 shows an example from an ARX-VE.
bstnA> show running-config
ssh-host-key rsa encrypted-hostkey 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
stoweA# show running-config
ssh-host-key rsa encrypted-hostkey 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
prtlndA> show running-config
ssh-host-key rsa encrypted-hostkey 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
provA> show running-config
ssh-host-key rsa encrypted-hostkey 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
stkbrgA# show running-config
ssh-host-key rsa encrypted-hostkey 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