Enters configuration mode.
Use this command to enter configuration mode from operational mode. In configuration mode, you can add, delete, and modify configuration information.
When you are in configuration mode, the command prompt changes from ~$ to # to mark the change in command mode.
The following example shows the system response to entering configuration mode. In this example, notice that the command prompt changes from ~$ to # when configuration mode is entered.
vyatta@vyatta:~$ configure vyatta@vyatta#