config—Enter configuration mode for vEdge devices. In configuration mode, you are editing a copy of the running configuration, called the candidate configuration, not the actual running configuration. Your changes take effect only when you issue a commit command.
Cisco IOS XE routers such as aggregation and integrated services routers should use the command config-transaction to enter configuration mode. The config terminal command is not supported on SD-WAN routers.
config (exclusive | no-confirm | shared | terminal)
- Edit a private copy of the running configuration. This private copy is not locked, so another user could also edit it at the same time.
- Allow Editing from This Terminal Only
Edit a private copy of the running configuration. This private copy is not locked, so another user could also edit it at the same time.
- Do Not Allow a Commit Confirmation
Edit a private copy of the running configuration and do not allow the commit confirmed command to be used to commit the configuration.
- Exclusive Edit
Lock the running configuration and the candidate configuration, and edit the candidate configuration. No one else can edit the candidate configuration as long as it is locked.
- Shared Edit
Edit the candidate configuration without locking it. This option allows another person to edit the candidate configuration at the same time.
The output is self-explanatory.
vEdge# config Entering configuration mode terminal vEdge(config)#
Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 14.1.