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Once you start using the Cisco IOS, you learn there are many commands that can do various things, and many of these have parameters and even sub-parameters. This could be very cumbersome if you are managing Cisco Routers in real life (especially for the typing challenged among us). 

Note: The goal in this white paper is not to teach you what the commands do or show. Instead, to simply show you how the addition of parameters to these commands will make your life easier. For example, when shown the BGP command to restrict your output and specifically see certain components we assume you already understand BGP. We will not be covering the output to go into the BGP parameters (or any other protocol used in these examples). 

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