CLI commands The Advanced Threat Defense Appliance supports command-line interface (CLI) commands for tasks such as network configuration, restarting the appliance, and resetting the appliance to factory defaults. Issuing CLI commandsYou can issue CLI commands locally, from the Advanced Threat Defense Appliance console, or remotely through SSH. CLI syntaxYou issue commands at the command prompt as shown. Log on to the CLIBefore you can enter CLI commands, you must first log on to the Advanced Threat Defense Appliance with a valid user name (default user name is cliadmin) and password (default is atdadmin). Meaning of "?"? displays the possible command strings that you can enter. Managing the Advanced Threat Defense Appliance disksThe Advanced Threat Defense Appliance has two disks referred to as disk-A and disk-B. Disk-A is the active disk and disk-B is the backup disk. Even if disk-A is not booted, it is referred as the active disk. Similarly, even if disk-B is the booted disk, it is referred as the backup disk. By default, both these disks contain the pre-installed software version. List of CLI commands This section lists Advanced Threat Defense CLI commands in the alphabetical order.