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Cisco Ios Commands Basics

Subjects : cisco, it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 37 questions in 15 minutes.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Enters clobal configuration mode.






2. Opens up an interface for use - (must be in interface config mode)






3. Erases files from the device - (eg:erase running-config)






4. Sets the password for Telnet port. '...' denotes port number (use ? command to discover) (must be in global config mode)






5. Erases a line






6. Removes encryption of passwords (must be in global config mode)






7. Ends configuration mode and returns to EXEC mode






8. Displays information about physical interface - details what kind of cable is used (DTE or DCE) - (must be in global config mode)






9. Sets a discription for an interface (must be in interface config mode)






10. Sets the secret encrypted password for enable command on devices post IOS 10.3. Overrides enable password if set. (must be in global config mode)






11. When typed after a command - this will give you the next available set of commands. If <cr> is shown - there are no more commands available.






12. Shows layer 3 details of an interface - also use show ip interface brief for condensed details - (must be in globalconfig mode)






13. Sets the enable password on legacy devices (must be in global config mode)






14. Enters Priviledged Exec mode on non ISR routers






15. Verify's layers 1 & 2 of each interface - (must be in global config mode)






16. Shows current running config (must be in global config mode)






17. Enters setup mode from privileged mode






18. Sets the password for Auxiliary port. '...' denotes the port number (use ? command to discover) (must be in global config mode)






19. Enters router config mode.






20. Sets the incoming banner






21. Sets the password for Console port. '...' denotes port number (use ? command to discover) (must be in global config mode)






22. Allows you to set a host name (must be in global config mode)






23. Moves cursor to the end of the line






24. Shows banner command options (must be in global config mode)






25. Sets the login banner






26. Erases a word






27. Sets the exec banner






28. Enters the interface config mode.






29. Administratively shuts down an interface - (must be in interface config mode)






30. Encrypts passwords (must be in global config mode)






31. Forces commands from config mode (like do show run). only valid from IOS 12.3






32. Finishes typing a command for you.






33. Allows you to set a domain name (must be in global config mode)






34. Output modifier (AKA pipe) - modifys any output - use ? command for options






35. Copies files to/from device - (eg: copy run start (copy running-config to startup-config)) - (must be in privileged mode)






36. Sets the Mesage of the Day banner






37. Gives basic info about device from POST - IOS version and Interfaces.