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About This Manual
This manual lists the commands of the WANFleX operating system used in the InfiNet Wireless R5000.
For device’s management and configuration a Unix-like command line interface is used. Every command is having power right after Enter key is pressed. However, each command lifetime duration is limited within one configuration session. In order to save a current configuration config save command is used.
Several commands can be grouped in one line using “;” character. If a wrong-syntax line is met in the group, the rest of the string is checked anyway and the wrong command is ignored. Command name can be shortened unless the ambiguity occurs.
If your terminal supports VT100 or ANSI standard you can move around the list of recently executed commands using cursor keys. Numbered list of these commands can be reviewed by “!h” command. Any command from this list can be available using “!<NUMBER>” command. TAB key performs substring search of recently executed commands.
Ctrl/R combination refreshes the command string if its content was disturbed by system messages.
The command executed with no arguments prints a short hint about its keys, parameters and syntax.
Context help can be obtained by printing “?” in any position of the line.
Table of contents
- Getting started with WANFlex User Manual
- IP-address format
- General Purpose Command Set
- Layer 2 commands set -PHY and MAC
- rfconfig command (MINT version)
- mint command (MINT version)
- prf command
- lag command (Link Aggregation )
- svi command
- ltest (radio link test)
- muffer command (Environment analyzer)
- macf command (addresses mapping)
- arp command (ARP protocol)
- switch command
- dfs (Dynamic Frequency Selection)
- lldp command
- mint command (TDMA version)
- rfconfig command (TDMA version)
- Layer 3 Command set – IP Networking
- Ifconfig command (interfaces configuration)
- tun command (tunnels building)
- qm command (QoS configuration)
- route command (static routes configuration)
- arip command
- rip command (RIP-1 and RIP-2 configuration)
- OSPF command
- netstat command (Network statistics)
- ipfw command (IP Firewall)
- loadm command (load meter)
- bpf command (Berkeley Packet Filter)
- rpcapd command (Remote Packet Capture)
- snmpd command (SNMP daemon)
- td command (Telnet daemon)
- nat command (Network Address Translation)
- trapd command (SNMP Traps support)
- dhcpd command (DHCP Server)
- dhcpr command (DHCP relay)
- dhcpc command (DHCP Client)
- vrrp command (VRRP server)
- ARDA (Aqua Router DAemon)
- Other commands