Sometimes, cheating is okay. Many network engineers are accustomed to the commands and configurations of traditional network operating systems. And while making the switch the Cumulus Linux is easy, it is still a transition. This handy cheat sheet was designed for quick references as you learn and leverage Cumulus Linux with explanations on how to use them. Check out this document for easy commands and configurations for getting started with Cumulus Linux.
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