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execute commands

execute commands

You can use the command-line interface (CLI) execute commands to run system management utilities, such as backups, upgrades and reboots; and network diagnostic utilities, such as nslookup, ping, traceroute, and tcpdump.

The following example shows the list of execute commands:

FortiADC-VM # execute ?

backup backup

caching caching management

certificate certificate

checklogdisk find and auto correct errors on the log disk

clean clean

config-sync config sync

date set/get date and time

discovery-glb-virtual-server Sync virtual servers from glb server, add them to the virtual server list

dumpsystem dump system information for debugging purpose

dumpsystem-file manipulate the dumped debugging information

factoryreset reset to factory default

fixlogdisk correct errors on the log disk

formatlogdisk format log disk to enhance performance

geolookup lookup geography information for IP address

glb-dprox-lookup lookup GLB dynamic proximity information

glb-persistence-lookup lookup GLB persistence information

ha ha

isplookup lookup ISP name and isp-address for IP address

log log management

nslookup nslookup

packet-capture packet-capture <Port Number> [filter] (Only IPv4)

packet-capture-file packet-capture-file

packet-capture6 packet-capture6 <Port Number> [filter] (Include IPv6)

ping ping <host name | host ip>

ping-option ping option settings

ping6 ping <host name | host ipv6>

ping6-option ping6 option settings

reboot reboot the system

reload reload appliance

restore restore

shutdown shutdown appliance

ssh Simple SSH client.

statistics-db statistics db management

telnet Simple telnet client.

traceroute traceroute

vm vm

web-category-test Test a url find its web-category

 

For details, see the FortiADC CLI Reference.

execute commands

execute commands

You can use the command-line interface (CLI) execute commands to run system management utilities, such as backups, upgrades and reboots; and network diagnostic utilities, such as nslookup, ping, traceroute, and tcpdump.

The following example shows the list of execute commands:

FortiADC-VM # execute ?

backup backup

caching caching management

certificate certificate

checklogdisk find and auto correct errors on the log disk

clean clean

config-sync config sync

date set/get date and time

discovery-glb-virtual-server Sync virtual servers from glb server, add them to the virtual server list

dumpsystem dump system information for debugging purpose

dumpsystem-file manipulate the dumped debugging information

factoryreset reset to factory default

fixlogdisk correct errors on the log disk

formatlogdisk format log disk to enhance performance

geolookup lookup geography information for IP address

glb-dprox-lookup lookup GLB dynamic proximity information

glb-persistence-lookup lookup GLB persistence information

ha ha

isplookup lookup ISP name and isp-address for IP address

log log management

nslookup nslookup

packet-capture packet-capture <Port Number> [filter] (Only IPv4)

packet-capture-file packet-capture-file

packet-capture6 packet-capture6 <Port Number> [filter] (Include IPv6)

ping ping <host name | host ip>

ping-option ping option settings

ping6 ping <host name | host ipv6>

ping6-option ping6 option settings

reboot reboot the system

reload reload appliance

restore restore

shutdown shutdown appliance

ssh Simple SSH client.

statistics-db statistics db management

telnet Simple telnet client.

traceroute traceroute

vm vm

web-category-test Test a url find its web-category

 

For details, see the FortiADC CLI Reference.