Keystroke Shortcuts and Manipulating History

Posted on July 23, 2009. Filed under: CCNA, ICND1 break down | Tags: , , , , |

ICND1 and ICND2 break down

The CCNA certification requires:

Use keystroke:

  • <Ctrl> + P or up arrow to show the previous command.
  • <Ctrl> + N or down arrow to show the next command.
  • <Ctrl> + B or left arrow to move the cursor back one character
  • <Ctrl> + F or right arrow to move the cursor forward one character
  • <Ctrl> + A moves the cursor to the beginning of the command line
  • <Ctrl> + E moves the cursor to the end of the command line
  • <ESC> + B moves the cursor back one word
  • <ESC> + F moves the cursor forward one word

Use the following commands under privileged mode to manage command history:

  • terminal history to turn on the command history
  • terminal no history to turn off the command history
  • terminal history size 50 to set the size of the history buffer
  • show history to show all commands in the history

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