Command Line Interface (CLI) is a useful tool for network administrators with access to the back end of Incognito Software products. This guide provides seven useful tips on how to CLI can be used to improve operational efficiency in Broadband Command Center, a DHCP provisioning solution from Incognito Software.
Add and modify client classes
You can create and modify a client class through the DHCP service. Note that administrators that use MPS for their subscriber management will use that service’s CLI to manipulate Client Class membership. This section will discuss Client Class modification via DHCP only.
When working with a client class, the basic commands that can be used are: