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Cumulus Linux 3.1 User Guide

Welcome to Cumulus Networks

We are transforming networking with Cumulus Linux, the industry’s first, full-featured Linux operating system for networking hardware. Cumulus Linux is a complete network operating system, based on Debian Jessie and Linux kernel 4.1. Unlike traditional embedded platforms, Cumulus Linux provides a complete environment pre-installed with scripting languages, server utilities, and monitoring tools. Management tasks are accomplished via SSH using standard Linux commands or over a serial console connection.

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This documentation is current as of November 7, 2016 for version 3.1.2. Please visit the Cumulus Networks Web site for the most up to date documentation.