Not only is that extremely convenient, but the commands couldn't be simpler!
Here's the format:
alias <level> 'alias name' 'command '
To run a command use "exec" for the level. For example:
alias exec sr show run - This command would allow you to type "sr" as a substitution for "show run".
One word of caution. If you are studying for a certification I would strongly suggest you use full commands to help you remember them. After you land your sweet job make it easier and faster with these aliases.
Here's some suggestions:
Voice Router Commands:
- alias exec scall show call active voice brief
- alias exec sct show controller t1
- alias exec scall show voice call summary
General Router Commands:
- alias exec crs copy running-config startup-config
- alias exec cdp show cdp neighbors
- alias exec sib show ip interface brief
- alias exec sir show ip route
- alias exec sr show running-config
- alias exec srb show running-config | begin
- alias exec sri show running-config | include
- alias exec sre show running-config | exclude
- alias exec srint show running-config interface
I am sure you can think of a million more, but these were some of the most common commands I could think of. Feel free to post them up!