Command Line Interface¶
Connecting to Command Line Interface¶
For On-Premise Policy Servers Only:
Genian NAC allows you to connect to the CLI for an appliance directly from the Web Console. To connect, navigate to the System tab, and select the Terminal Icon in the IP column of the appliance you want to access. Authenticate with your administrator username and password. If your appliance is using a different admininstrator credential set than your Web Console, you must authenticate in the terminal using the appliance admininstrator credentials.
External SSH access only allowed from Approved IP. See: Configuring Appliances, Components and Default Settings to add approved remote access sources.
You can connect to the Genians policy server or network sensor from a dedicated SSH client or any command line with SSH support. Any other inbound connection attempts will be denied.
- Use standard procedure for your chosen utility to select SSH connection to your Genian policy server or network sensor IP Address.
- Log in with Genian NAC Username and password.
The first connection of the equipment is divided into console mode and shell mode. In console mode, you can check basic system status and support configuration. This document identifies and describes how to use commands in console mode.
|enable||Enables Global Congifuration mode|
|exit||Exits the current mode|
|help||Displays available commands|
|history||Displays a list of past commands used|
|quit||Exits console mode|
|configure terminal||Global mode to set configurations immediately|
|configure batch||Global mode to set configurations after system restarts|
|clear arp||Deletes the system arp entry|
|clear screen||Initializes the display screen|
|clock set||Sets system date and time|
|do backup||Performs a system backup|
|do cdbackup||Performs a system backup to the connected optical disk|
|do cdrestore||Restores the backup file from the connected optical disk|
|do initdisk||Initializes the disk|
|do restore||Restores from a backup file|
|do cert-reissuance||Reissue Certificate|
|geniup||If a Genians Update Server is specified, proceed with the upgrade to the latest Server file|
|halt||Prepare the system power shutdown mode|
|kill pid||Terminates process based on pid|
|kill pname||Terminates process based on the name|
|ping||Generates an ICMP request for IP test to a remote device|
|reboot||Reboots the system|
|restart system||Restarts the OS|
|shutdown service||Terminates the Insights OS service|
|traceroute||Displays the routing path for IP|
|show||Proceed to show command section|
|show arp||Displays the IP to MAC address mapping|
|show backup||Displays the list of backup files|
|show configuration||Displays the current system configuration|
|Show cpu||Displays the CPU information|
|show filesystem||Displays the file system of the appliance|
|show hosts||Displays a list of hosts|
|show interface||Displays the network interfaces of the appliance|
|show logging||Displays a list of system logging messages|
|show memory||Displays the memory statistics|
|show processes||Displays the current running processes|
|show route||Displays the current configured routes|
|show superadmin||Displays a list of configured administrator accounts|
|show time||Displays the current system time|
|show uptime||Displays how long system has been up and running|
|show version||Displays the current running system version|
Inspecting and Searching Commands¶
You can view available commands by entering the ? character into a blank terminal.
genian> ? exit Exit from current mode help Show available commands history Show a list of previously run commands quit Exit from the console configure Enter configuration mode clear Clear Operation clock Manage system clock disable Turn off privileged command. do Do system command geniup Upgrade system software halt Prepare to Power Shutdown mode kill Kill ping Send ICMP echo request reboot Halt and perform a cold restart restart Restart service show Show system information shutdown Shutdown traceroute Trace route information to destination
You can view the function of a command by entering the ? character after an entered command.
genian> show? show Show system information
You can view available command modifiers by entering the ? character after an entered command and a blank space.
genian> show ? arp ARP table backup Database backup list configuration Display the system configuration cpu Display cpu information dataserver Display database server status dhcp Display the DHCP server information enforcer Enforcer status and information filesystem Filesystem statistics ha High Availability status hosts Static host table interface Network interface status and information logging Display system local logging message memory Memory statistics nodeinfo Node status and information processes Active process list route Display system routing table superadmin Display super administrator time Display the system clock uptime Display system uptime version System hardware and software information