Entering the TNSR CLI¶
The TNSR CLI can be started a few different ways. The command to start the CLI
/usr/bin/clixon_cli, but the exact method varies, as discussed in this
When started, the TNSR CLI will print the hostname followed by the prompt:
From that prompt, commands can be entered to view status information or perform other tasks. Throughout this documentation, the router hostname will typically be omitted unless it is required for clarification.
Using the tnsr account¶
TNSR includes a
tnsr user by default, and this user will automatically load
the TNSR CLI at login. To take advantage of this user, login to it directly
using ssh, or switch to it using
su from another account.
The behavior of the
tnsr account varies by platform, and its password can be
reset using any account with access to
sudo (See Default Accounts and Passwords).
To switch from another user to the
tnsr user, use
$ sudo su - tnsr
su and enter the password for the
$ su - tnsr Password:
Using another account¶
The TNSR CLI can also be started manually from any user.
This command will start the TNSR CLI as the current user, which is ideal to use in combination with NACM:
This command will start the TNSR CLI as root, which generally should be avoided unless absolutely necessary (for example, recovering from a flawed NACM configuration):
$ sudo /usr/bin/clixon_cli
For convenience, the command to launch the TNSR CLI can be added to an alias in
the shell. For example, the following line can be added to
run TNSR as the current user:
The changes to
~/.bashrc will not take effect immediately. Either
logout and login again, or source the file by running
source ~/.bashrc or
Then the TNSR CLI may be accessed using the alias from the shell,