Configuration shell for Linux routers
CISH is a configuration shell for Linux machines that are used as network routers. It provides configuration commands that handle network devices, access control, and routing. The command syntax and CLI closely mimic the behaviour of Cisco network devices.
DocumentationAdministrator's Guide available in PDF format from http://tarball.net.cish/tarball-dl.cgi?file=cish-cag.pdf
released on 10 March 2001
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