Cisco MDS Series Switch CLI – Config Mode Commands Line Interface

The following example shows output from the config terminal command:
switch# config terminal

Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.

Configuration Mode Commands and Submodes

Here is a list of configuration mode commands:

switch# config terminal

Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.



aaa Configure the aaa
arp “no” remove an entry from the ARP cache
boot Configure the boot variables
callhome Enter the callhome configuration mode
clock Configure the time-of-day clock
end Exit to EXEC mode
exit Exit from the EXEC
fcalias Fcalias configuration commands
fcanalyzer Configure the fabric analyzer
fcc Configure the fc congestion control
fcdomain Enter the fcdomain configuration mode
fcdroplatency Configure the switch or network latency
fcflow Configure the fcflow
fcinterop Interoperate commands
fcns Name Server configuration
fcroute Configure the FC routes
fcs Configure the Fabric Config Server
fctimer Configure the fibre Channel timers
fspf Configure the fspf
interface Select an Interface to Configure
line Configure a terminal line
logging Modify the message logging facilities
no Negate a command or set its defaults
ntp NTP Configure
power Configure the Power supply
poweroff Power off a module in the switch
qos Configure the priority of FC control frames
radius-Server Configure the RADIUS related parameters
role Configure the Roles
snmp-server Configure SNMP server
span Enter SPAN configuration mode
ssh Configure the SSH parameters
switchname Configure the system’s network name
system System config command
telnet Enable the telnet


Configure the switch wide trunk protocol
username Configure the user information
vsan Enter the vsan configuration mode
zone Zone configuration commands
zoneset Zoneset configuration commands
ip Configure the IP features


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