Category Archives: Commands

Cisco Router Basic Configuration Commands

CCNAIOSCommands thumb Cisco Router Basic Configuration Commands Naming a Device

Router>

Router>enable

Router#configure terminal

Router(config)#hostname CCNA5

CCNA5(config)#

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Cisco CCNA IOS Hotkeys and Shortcuts

IOSHotkeysandShortcuts thumb Cisco CCNA IOS Hotkeys and Shortcuts Tab: Completes the remainder of the command or keyword

Ctrl+P (or up arrow): Displays the last command entered

Ctrl+N (or down arrow): Displays previous commands entered

Ctrl+A: Moves the cursor to the beginning of the current line

Ctrl+E: Moves the cursor to the end of the current line

Ctrl+F: Moves forward one character

Ctrl+B: Moves backwards one character

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Quick Notes – IOS COMMANDS

What two EXEC modes are supported in the Cisco IOS?

The two EXEC modes are:

  • User EXEC mode (user mode)
  • Privileged EXEC mode (enable or privileged mode)

In the IOS, what is User EXEC mode?

User EXEC mode is the first mode you enter when you log into the IOS. This mode is limited and is mostly used to view statistics. You cannot change a router’s configuration in this mode. By default, the greater-than sign (>) indicates that you are in user mode. This is how the router prompt looks in user mode: Router>

In the IOS, what is privileged EXEC mode?
In privileged EXEC mode, you can view and change the configuration in a router. To enter privileged mode, enter the enable command while in user mode. The pound symbol (#) indicates that you are in privileged mode. This mode is usually protected with a password. You also see the output of the prompt:

Router>enable
Password:
Router#

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Configuring a Router

Router Modes

Router> User mode
Router# Privileged mode
Router(config)# Global configuration mode
Router(config-if)# Interface mode
Router(config-subif)# Subinterface mode
Router(config-line)# Line mode
Router(config-router)# Router configuration mode

Global Configuration Mode

Router> Can see config, but not change
Router# Can see config and move to make changes
Router#config t Moves to global config mode
Router(config)# This prompt indicates that you can start making changes

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