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CLI-based Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R010

This document provides the basic concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples in different application scenarios of the Basic configuration supported by the device.
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Overview of the File System

Overview of the File System

File System

The file system manages files and directories on storage media. In the file system, users can create, delete, modify, and rename a file or a directory, and view contents of a file.

Storage Medium

The AR100&AR120&AR150&AR160&AR200&AR1200 series, AR2201-48FE, AR2202-48FE, AR2204-27GE, AR2204E-D-27GE, AR2204-24GE, AR2204-27GE-P, AR2204-51GE-P, AR2204-48GE-P, AR2204E, AR2204E-D, AR2204-51GE, AR2204-51GE-R, AR2220L-DC, AR2220L-AC and AR3670 support the flash memory and USB flash drive. The AR2220-AC, AR2220-DC, AR2220E, AR2240C support the flash memory, hard disk and USB flash drive. The AR2204, AR2240 and AR3260 (using SRU40, SRU60, SRU80, SRU100, SRU100E, SRU200E, SRU200 and SRU400) support the flash memory, Micro SD card, and USB flash drive. The AR2240, AR2204XE-DC and AR2204XE support the Micro SD card and USB flash drive.

NOTE:
  • A USB flash drive is mainly used for USB-based deployment or system file loading. If the USB flash drive contains activated system software or patch software, the USB flash drive is a key component of the system and cannot be removed. The USB flash drive must use the FAT32 format. Set the format to FAT32 (format the USB flash drive) before using the USB flash drive.

  • The external memory is used to store logs. Do not store software packages, configuration files, license files, and patch files in the external memory.

Naming Rules for Files

The file name is a string of 1 to 64 characters without spaces. Only names of the following files are case-sensitive:
  • Files in the built-in storage medium on the AR100&AR120 series
  • Files in the built-in storage medium on the AR161&AR169&AR161G-L&AR161G-Lc&AR169G-L&AR169EGW-L&AR169-P-M9&AR169W-P-M9&AR169RW-P-M9 of the AR160 series
  • Files in the built-in storage medium on the AR1200C of the AR1200 series
  • Files in the built-in storage medium on the AR2204-27GE&AR2204E-D-27GE&AR2204-27GE-P&AR2204-51GE-P&AR2204-51GE-R&AR2204E&AR2204E-D of the AR2200 series
  • Files in the built-in storage medium on the AR3600 series

If names of files in the storage medium on the device are case-sensitive, you need to enter case-sensitive file names when operating the files in the FTP client view or SFTP client view.

The file name formats are as follows:
  • File name

    A file resides in the current working directory if the file name is in this format.

  • Drive + Path + File name

    This file name format uniquely identifies files in specified paths.

    drive is the storage medium and is named as:
    • sd1: root directory of the Micro SD card on the master SRU.
    • flash: root directory of the flash memory on the master SRU.
    • slave#sd1: root directory of the Micro SD card on the slave SRU.
    • slave#flash: root directory of the flash memory on the slave SRU.
    NOTE:

    Only the AR3200 series supports dual SRUs.

    In the file name, path indicates the directory and subdirectory. The directory name is case-insensitive. Spaces and the following characters cannot be used in the directory name: ~ * / \ : ' "

    Paths are either absolute or relative.
    • flash:/my/test/ is an absolute path.

    • /selftest/ is related to the root directory and indicates the selftest directory in the root directory.

    • selftest/ is related to the current working directory and indicates the selftest directory in the current working directory.

    For example, in the dir flash:/my/test/mytest.txt command, flash:/my/test/ is an absolute path.

    Run the dir test/mytest.txt command to find the mytest.txt file from a directory related to the current working directory (flash:/my/ for example).

    NOTE:
    • In the file operation command format, filename indicates the file name.

    • In the file operation command format, directory indicates the path (drive + path).

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Updated: 2019-08-08

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