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CHABOT COLLEGE
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY II
2D – IOS Editing Features
Lab Configuration: any
One router required.
Estimated time: 5 min.
VTY Password: cisco
Enable Secret: chabot
Objective:
 Learn special features of Cisco IOS editing commands.
The CCNA exam will test your knowledge of these features, and this exercise will test-drive most of them.
Directions
Connect to the router's console port and login.
At the prompt, type the following words, but do not press Enter:
the quick brown fox jumped over the fence before the clock struck midnight
Notice that the $ character appears at the beginning of the line.
Use your left arrow key to move the cursor all the way to the left side of the line.
Notice that the $ character now appears at the end of the line.
a.
What do you think the $ indicates? ________________________________________
Move your cursor to the middle of the line. Now hold down the CTRL key and type b.
Do CTRL-b several times.
Now try CTRL-f.
Press ESC let go and then type b.
What do each of the following special keystrokes do?
b.
CTRL-b ______________________________________________________________________
c.
CTRL-f ______________________________________________________________________
d.
CTRL-a ______________________________________________________________________
e.
CTRL-e ______________________________________________________________________
f.
ESC and then b ________________________________________________________________
g.
ESC and then f _________________________________________________________________
Now press return. (You'll get an error message, since you haven't typed a correct IOS command; that's OK)
Enter a few IOS Commands: enable, config t, exit, show version, show history.
h.
What does show history do?
____________________________________________________________________________
Now scroll through the history of your recent commands using the up and down arrows.
Then try these commands, and list what they do:
i.
CTRL-p _____________________________________________________________________
j.
CTRL-n _____________________________________________________________________
You can turn off these features by using the command:
terminal no editing
You can turn them back on by typing:
terminal editing
Now type:
showversion Before you press Enter, move your cursor back and then type a space between show and version.
Then, leaving your cursor in the middle of the line, press Enter.
Principle: When you edit a line until it looks right, you can press Enter with your cursor anywhere.
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