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reboot

user level:

This command will reboot the unit. You will be asked to confirm the reboot with the

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following prompt:

 

save config to flash ROM y/n

 

If you press ‘y’ the unit will save your configuration, close all connections and then

 

reboot. If you press ‘n’ the unit will prompt you:

 

confirm reboot unit y/n

 

Press ‘y’ to reboot, ‘n’ to cancel.

 

For more information on how the unit reboots, see BOOTP, Appendix F BOOTP.

Syntax

Rebooting does not reset the unit to factory default settings.

reboot

Menu

Network Configuration - Reboot

equivalent

 

See also

show server

reset factory

user level:

This command will reset the unit to its default values. The unit will save the factory

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default settings to FLASH memory; this saving will take a few seconds. After this

Syntax

period you will be logged out and presented with a new login prompt.

reset factory

Menu

Network Configuration - Reset

equivalent

 

See also

reboot

reset line

user level: This command will reset the specified serial line(s) to the default line configuration.admin

Syntax reset line ./n/*

Where:

 

.

specifies the current line.

n

is a specific serial line number.

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*

specifies all serial lines.

Menu

Line Configuration - Line Settings - Quit form

equivalent

 

 

See also

kill line, restart, showline, set line

reset user

user level:

This command will reset the specified user(s) to the default user settings. This sets

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the user level to ‘normal’ and the screen switch character to ‘1’. Any predefined

Syntax

sessions are switched off. The default admin user will not be reset.

reset user ./*/username

 

Where:

 

 

.

specifies the current user.

 

username

is the name of a specific user.

 

*

specifies all users.

See also

reboot

 

restart

user level:

When there is insufficient free memory to start a login or virtual circuit on a line, that

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line will appear dead and you will be unable to restart it. You must wait until

 

sufficient memory is available and then restart all such lines using this command.

 

You can enter the command on any active serial line. The execution of the command

Syntax

will affect halted processes on all lines, both serial and parallel.

restart

Menu

(none available)

equivalent

 

See also

heap, kill line

resume

user level:

The resume command enables you to resume any session that you have left running.

all users

You will be returned to your last position in a session.

Syntax

resume n

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Menu

Where n is the session you want to resume.

Sessions - Resume Session

equivalent

 

See also

start

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rlogin

user level: This command will establish a connection with a host using the rlogin protocol.admin, Rlogin passes your login name to the host, so you are prompted for your passwordnormal only. If your unit’s login name exists in the ‘rhost’ file of the target login directory,

you won’t be prompted for a password. You will be logged straight in.

Syntax rlogin hostname/inetaddress[termtype termtype] [user username]

Where:

hostname/ is the hostname or internet address of the machine you want to log into.inetaddress

termtype

 

is your terminal type. By default a dumb terminal type is passed to the host.

 

 

When connecting to a UNIX host, you must define the termtype in

 

 

accordance with its UNIX TERM variable.

username

is your login name on the target host if different to your unit’s login. You can

 

 

also use this argument to log in as someone else.

Menu

Sessions - Start telnet/rlogin

equivalent

 

 

See also

resume, show line, start, telnet

save

user level:

This command enables you to save the configuration information of your unit

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to FLASH (permanent, non-volatile)memory. Note that the save command

 

does not apply to language files or any other files downloaded into RAM

 

using the netload command. The writing to FLASH will take a few seconds and

 

during this time the unit will not respond to user input.

 

 

WARNING

do not turn the power on/off while the unit is writing to FLASH memory.

 

Syntax:

 

See also

save

netload, netsave

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