Cisco E-Di: Cisco E-Di provides a comprehensive management interface for the configuration of Cisco devices. It acts as a NETCONF agent on behalf of the device its managing. It implements the protocol named NETCONF over secure shell. It also provides an interface with network devices through the command line. In this article, we will learn about Shortcut keys used in Cisco E-DI. Let’s get into this article.
Last Updated on Nov30, 2021.
Cisco E-DI – Keyboard Shortcut
|?||Make use of this key to open the context-sensitive help.|
|Ctrl+A||In order to move the cursor to the beginning of the line, use this key.|
|Ctrl+b||The cursor moves one character to the left, use this key.|
|Ctrl+C||Used to discard the current line.|
|Ctrl+d||Delete the character at the cursor, use this key.|
|Ctrl+E||Make use of this key to move the cursor to the end of the line.|
|Ctrl+F||The cursor moves to the end of the line, use this key.|
|Ctrl+G||If you want to display the devices selected, the knowledge base applied and the applicability of the command to the devices selected in device configuration mode, use this key.|
|Ctrl+k||To delete all characters from the cursor to the end of the command line, use this key.|
|Ctrl+N||It Returns more recent commands in the history buffer after recalling commands with Ctrl-P or the Up Arrow key.|
|Ctrl+p||To recall the commands in the history buffer, beginning with the most recent command, use this key.|
|Ctrl+R||Make use of this key to refresh the current line.|
|Ctrl+T||It Toggles between the terminal color displays.|
|Ctrl+U||In order to delete all the characters before the cursor to the beginning of the command line, use this key.|
|Ctrl+W||Used to delete the word to the left of the cursor.|
|Ctrl+X||This shortcut Deletes all characters before the cursor to the beginning of the command line.|
|Ctrl+Z||Make use of this key to exit from the configuration mode.|
|Enter||To scroll paginated messages one line up, use this key.|
This article described the complete list of Cisco E-DI Shortcut keys using the keyboard. Hope that this article is helpful to you. If you have any doubts/queries, feel free to share them with us.