Interpret the Command Help
Use the following table to help interpret the command options you see when you use the
?to get help.
Indicates that the option is required.
For example, when importing a configuration over secure copy (SCP), specifying the
fromparameter is required, as indicated by the
Indicates that there are additional nested commands.
For example, when configuring DNS settings, there are additional nested commands for configuring a DNS proxy object and for specifying primary and secondary DNS servers:
Indicates that the option has an associated value that you must enter.
For example, when setting up a high availability configuration, notice that the
+ enablednotation indicates that you must supply a value for this option:
Allows you to filter command output. You can either specify a
matchvalue, which will only show command output that matches the value you specify, or you can specify an
exceptvalue, which will only show command output except for the value you specify.
For example, use the
| matchoption to display only the app-version in the output of the show system info command:
Similarly, to show all users in your group lists who are not part of your organization, you should show the user group list, but exclude the organizational unit (ou) for your organization. Notice that, although there are a total of 4555 user-to-group mappings, with the
| exceptfilter you can easily see the small list of users who are part of external groups:
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