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The CLI always parses your commands and checks their validity by using the syntax checking feature Any nonexistent commands or improperly entered commands cause the IOS to generate an error message with an appropriate error description
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Whenever you enter a command correctly, will you rarely see any output from the IOS, unless the command you typed in somehow changes the state of the router or one of its components, such as an interface coming up or going downTherefore, you should be concerned primarily after you enter a command and the IOS displays a message you should assume that a problem may exist Of course, when you are configuring an IOS device, you will sometimes make typing mistakes or enter invalid commands If you typed in a 20-parameter command and made a mistake in the very last character, it would be sadistic on Cisco s part to make you type the complete command again The command recall feature is extremely useful as it allows you to recall and edit previously executed commands The next two sections discuss how to recall and edit previous (or current) commands
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On any IOS device, you can use the show history command to see your previously entered commands:
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By default, an IOS device stores the last 10 commands that you executed You can recall these commands by pressing either CTRL-P or the UP ARROW key If you accidentally go past the command that you want to edit or re-execute, press CTRL-N or the DOWN ARROW key You can increase the size of the history buffer from 10 commands up to 256 by using the terminal history size command:
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1103 The CD includes a multimedia demonstration of using the history function on a Cisco router
Editing the Command Line
Table 11-2 shows the control or command sequences that you can use to edit information on the command line
11: Cisco IOS Software
TABLE 11-2
Editing Control Sequences for IOS Devices
Control Sequence
CTRL-A CTRL-E ESC-B ESC-F CTRL-B CTRL-F CTRL-P CTRL-N CTRL-D BACKSPACE CTRL-R CTRL-U CTRL-W CTRL-Z TAB
Description
Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line Moves the cursor to the end of the line Moves the cursor back one word at a time Moves the cursor forward one word at a time
or LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW or UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW
Moves the cursor back one character at a time Moves the cursor forward one character at a time Recalls the last command Recalls the most previously executed command Deletes the character the cursor is under Deletes the character preceding the cursor Redisplays the current line Erases the line completely Erases the word the cursor is under Takes you from Configuration mode back to Privilege EXEC mode Once you enter a few characters and press the TAB key, the IOS device completes the word, assuming that you typed in enough characters to make the command or parameter unique When this appears at the beginning of a command line, it indicates that there are more characters to the right of the $
Remember the basic editing control sequences for editing commands in the CLI By default, the IOS stores the
last 10 executed commands You can use the TAB key to auto-complete commands
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IOS Basics
IOS Feature Example
This example uses the clock command to illustrate the helpfulness of some of the IOS s command-line features This command is used on a router to set the current date and time As an example, let s assume that English isn t your native language and that you are not sure how to spell clock, but you do know that it begins with the letters c and l Here s the example:
IOS# cl clear clock IOS# cl
Notice two things about the output in this example First, two commands begin with cl: clear and clock Second, notice the CLI after the help output the IOS kept the cl on the command line Some administrators like this feature and some hate it I m in the latter camp, since I commonly forget that the IOS device is doing this and I start typing from the beginning, like this:
IOS# clclock Translating "clclock" % Unknown command or computer name, or unable to find computer address IOS#
If you haven t already guessed, this is an invalid command Now that you know how to spell clock, if you don t know what parameter(s) to type after the clock command, you can use context-sensitive help:
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