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Re: Menus posted 05/10/2001
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Please do not post to both groups at the same time!  It is very wasteful and
creates additional for on the moderator!

Thank you,

Paul Borghese
----- Original Message -----
From: "McCallum, Robert" <Robert.McCallum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Ccielab' (E-mail)" <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; "Cisco@xxxxxxxxxxx Com
(E-mail)" <cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 5:37 AM
Subject: Menus

> Hi,
> Does anyone know how to configure a menu such that by pressing key 1 it
> do various commands i.e.
> menu robert text 1 Press key 1 to shut ehternet interface down
> menu robert command  1 conf t
> then when you put in more menu robert command 1 they just overwrite each
> other.
> What I need to do is
> menu robert command 1 config terminal
> menu robert command 1 interface ethernet 0/0
> menu robert command 1 shut
> menu robert command 1 exit
> BUT the only command which is showing is the last menu robert command 1
> exit.
> I have tried to do menu robert command 1 conf t int e0/0 shut exit
> but of course it errors as expected saying that there is no more commands
> after conf t i.e. when you normally type the command in.
> Any help much appreciated.
> Robert McCallum
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