These hotkeys are defined by the device. When you interact with the device from terminal software,
these keys may be defined to perform other operations. If so, the definition of the terminal software will
Configuring Command Alias
As the network environment becomes more complex and network products become increasingly
diverse, users always use network devices from several vendors in real networking environments. In
this case, command keywords differences of devices from different vendors greatly increase the
complexity of device configurations by network administrators.
The command alias function can solve this problem. You can replace the first keyword of a command
supported by the switch with your preferred keyword by configuring the command alias function. For
example, if you configure show as the replacement of the display keyword for each display command,
you can input the command alias show xx to execute the display xx command. In addition, the original
form of the command display xx is still effective.
Moves the cursor one character to the right.
Deletes the character to the left of the cursor.
Terminates an outgoing connection.
Displays the next command in the history command buffer.
Displays the previous command in the history command buffer.
Redisplays the current line information.
Pastes the content in the clipboard.
Deletes all the characters in a continuous string to the left of the cursor.
Deletes all the characters to the left of the cursor.
Deletes all the characters to the right of the cursor.
Exits to user view.
Terminates an incoming connection or a redirect connection.
Moves the cursor to the leading character of the continuous string to the left.
Deletes all the characters of the continuous string at the current cursor
position and to the right of the cursor.
Moves the cursor to the front of the next continuous string to the right.
Moves the cursor down by one line (available before you press Enter)
Moves the cursor up by one line (available before you press Enter)
Specifies the cursor as the beginning of the clipboard.
Specifies the cursor as the ending of the clipboard.