vtysh [ -E ] [ -d daemon ] ] [ -c command ]
- -b, --boot
- Execute boot startup configuration. It makes sense only if integrated config file is in use (not default in Quagga). See Info file Quagga for more info.
- -c, --command command
- Specify command to be executed under batch mode. It behaves like -c option
in any other shell - command is executed and vtysh exits.
It's useful for gathering info from Quagga routing software or reconfiguring daemons from inside shell scripts, etc. Note that multiple commands may be executed by using more than one -c option and/or embedding linefeed characters inside the command string.
- -d, --daemon daemon_name
- Specify which daemon to connect to. By default, vtysh attempts to connect to all Quagga daemons running on the system. With this flag, one can specify a single daemon to connect to instead. For example, specifying '-d ospfd' will connect only to ospfd. This can be particularly useful inside scripts with -c where the command is targeted for a single daemon.
- -e, --execute command
- Alias for -c. It's here only for compatibility with Zebra routing software and older Quagga versions. This will be removed in future.
- -E, --echo
- When the -c option is being used, this flag will cause the standard vtysh prompt and command to be echoed prior to displaying the results. This is particularly useful to separate the results when executing multiple commands.
- -h, --help
- Display a usage message on standard output and exit.
- This should be the name of the pager to use. Default is more.
- The default location of the vtysh config file.
- The default location of the integrated Quagga routing engine config file if integrated config file is in use (not default).
- Location of history of commands entered via cli
|27 July 2006||Quagga VTY shell|