User Exec Mode Commands

Logging in to the wireless controller or access point places you within the USER EXEC command mode. Typically, a login requires a user name and password. You have three login attempts before the connection attempt is refused. USER EXEC commands (available at the user level) are a subset of the commands available at the privileged level. In general, USER EXEC commands allow you to connect to remote devices, perform basic tests, and list system information.

To list available USER EXEC commands, use ? at the command prompt. The USER EXEC prompt consists of the device host name followed by an angle bracket (>).

Command commands:
  captive-portal-page-upload  Captive portal internal and advanced page upload
  change-passwd               Change password
  clear                       Clear
  clock                       Configure software system clock
  cluster                     Cluster commands
  commit                      Commit all changes made in this session
  connect                     Open a console connection to a remote device
  create-cluster              Create a cluster
  crypto                      Encryption related commands
  crypto-cmp-cert-update      Update the cmp certs
  database                    Database
  database-backup             Backup database
  database-restore            Restore database
  debug                       Debugging functions
  device-upgrade              Device firmware upgrade
  disable                     Turn off privileged mode command
  enable                      Turn on privileged mode command
  file-sync                   File sync between controller and adoptees
  help                        Description of the interactive help system
  join-cluster                Join the cluster
  l2tpv3                      L2tpv3 protocol
  logging                     Modify message logging facilities
  mint                        MiNT protocol
  no                          Negate a command or set its defaults
  on                          On RF-Domain
  opendns                     OpenDNS configuration
  page                        Toggle paging
  ping                        Send ICMP echo messages
  ping6                       Send ICMPv6 echo messages
  revert                      Revert changes
  service                     Service Commands
  show                        Show running system information
  ssh                         Open an ssh connection
  telnet                      Open a telnet connection
  terminal                    Set terminal line parameters
  time-it                     Check how long a particular command took between
                              request and completion of response
  traceroute                  Trace route to destination
  traceroute6                 Trace route to destination(IPv6)
  virtual-machine             Virtual Machine
  watch                       Repeat the specific CLI command at a periodic
  write                       Write running configuration to memory or

  clrscr                      Clears the display screen
  exit                        Exit from the CLI