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Which action allows the engineer to see entered console commands while still continuing the analysis of the debug messages?

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An engineer is troubleshooting on the console session of a router and turns on multiple debug commands. The console screen is filled with scrolling debug messages that none of the commands can be verified if entered correctly or display any output .

Which action allows the engineer to see entered console commands while still continuing the analysis of the debug messages?

  • A . Configure the logging synchronous command
  • B . Configure the no logging console debugging command globally
  • C . Configure the logging synchronous level all command
  • D . Configure the term no mon command globally

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Suggested Answer: A

Explanation:

Let’s see how the “logging synchronous” command affect the typing command:

Without this command, a message may pop up and you may not know what you typed if that message is too long. When trying to erase (backspace) your command, you realize you are erasing the message instead.

With this command enabled, when a message pops up you will be put to a new line with your typing command which is very


   
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