Console Commands

Console Commands

date – displays current system date and time. To set current system date/time, enter in the following format:

AVDS > date MMDDhhmmYYYY

 

halt – safely shuts down AVDS server

 

reboot – safely reboots AVDS server

 

enable – enables console restriction via a password

 

disable – disables console restriction

 

service ssh start – activates Secure Shell for remote diagnostics/troubleshooting

 

service ssh stop – deactivates Secure Shell for remote diagnostics/troubleshooting

 

rlb admin – resets Web GUI password to factory default

 

rlb server – resets server to factory default

 

show – displays configuration settings

 

save - saves configuration. Must be used after a configuration change, or settings will not be saved after reboot.

 

exit – returns to parent menu

 

quit – returns to main AVDS prompt

 

help – displays list of available commands

 


 

network – network configuration utility. See sub-commands below.

               

interface – sets active network interfaces, ex. “network interface eth0”

                               

                network interface eth0

ip – display or set IP address

netmask – display or set subnet mask

broadcast – display or set broadcast addresses

dhcp – display or set use of DHCP

save – saves configuration

exit – returns to parent menu

 

vlans – sets active VLANs on network interface, e.x. “network vlans eth0”

 

route – enter route configuration mode

 

gateway – display or set default gateway address, e.x.

“network gateway 192.168.1.1”

ns - configure DNS, e.x. ns 8.8.8.8

 

ping – ping destination address

 

arp – displays ARP table

 

ifconfig – displays network interface table

 

netstat – displays the network routing table

 

traceroute – traceroute destination address

 

telnet – telnet to destination

 

show – shows network configuration

 

devices – shows devices

 

hosts – view and modify the etc/hosts file

 

save – saves configuration. Must be used after a configuration change, or settings will not be saved after reboot.

 

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