BasicRouterCommands

BasicRouterCommands - Basic Cisco Router Commands Cisco IOS...

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Basic Cisco Router Commands Cisco IOS Keyboard Hotkeys Mode Key Combination Description Any level below # <Ctrl> Z Return to Privileged Exec Mode Any Mode# <Ctrl> C Cancel Command Any Mode# <Ctrl> A Move Cursor to beginning of command line Any Mode# <Ctrl> E Move Cursor to end of command line Any Mode# <Ctrl> B / <Ctrl> F Move Cursor backward / forward 1 character position in command line Any Mode# <Esc> B / <Esc> F Move Cursor backward / forward 1 word position in command line Any Mode# <Up Arrow> <Down Arrow> <Ctrl> P <Ctrl> N Review Command History Any Mode# ? Displays all commands in mode Any Mode# letter_sequence ? Displays all commands beginning with letter_sequence in mode Any Mode# command ? Displays the next parameter expected for the command Mode Command Description Router> enable password Change to Privileged Exec Mode Router# disable Return to User Exec Mode Any Mode# exit Move 1 level up in mode hierarchy, Exit Telnet or Priv. Mode session Any Mode# end Return to Privileged Mode directly from any lower mode. Router# configure terminal Enter global configuration mode BasicRouterCommands.doc jlmdaldevry-0711 Router Copy/Erase Commands Mode Command Description Router# copy tftp running-config Load configuration from the tftp server to (dram) running-config Router# copy tftp startup-config Load configuration from the tftp server to (nvram) startup-config Router# copy startup-config running-config Restore (dram) running-config from (nvram) startup-config Router# copy running-config startup-config Save (dram) Running-config changes to (nvram) startup-config Router# copy startup-config tftp Save (nvram) startup-config to the tftp server Router# copy running-config tftp Save (dram) running-config to the tftp server Router# erase startup-config Erase (nvram) startup-config Router# erase flash Erase IOS in flash memory 1
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BasicRouterCommands.doc jlmdaldevry-0711 Basic Connectivity and Debug Commands Mode Command Description Router# ping [ ip or ipx address ] Standard and extended ping Router# trace { dest. address | hostname } Trace Route troubleshooting utility Router# [no] debug ip rip Display all rip updates as they occur Router# [no] debug ip igrp transaction Display all current igrp updates Router# [no] debug ip igrp events Display igrp update summary Router# no debug all or undebug all Turn off All debug updates Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Mode Command Description Router(config)# [no] cdp run Enable/Disable CDP on router Router(config-if)# ]no] cdp enable Enable/Disable CDP on interface Router(config)# show cdp interface Show router CDP configuration Router(config)# cdp timer
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course NET 204 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Irving.

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