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Comware shortcuts

interface GigabitEthernet 1/0/1 => interface g1/0/1 interface Ten-GigabitEthernet 1/0/25 => interface te1/0/25 Hotkeys: <comware-switch>display hotkey ----------------- HOTKEY -----------------             =Defined hotkeys= Hotkeys Command CTRL_G  display current-configuration CTRL_L  display ip routing-table CTRL_O  undo debugging all            =Undefined hotkeys= Hotkeys Command CTRL_T  NULL CTRL_U  NULL             =System hotkeys= Hotkeys Function CTRL_A  Move the cursor to the beginning of the current line. CTRL_B  Move the cursor one character left. CTRL_C  Stop current command function. CTRL_D  Erase current character. CTRL_E  Move the cursor to the end of the current line. CTRL_F  Move the cursor one character right. CTRL_H  Erase the character left of the cursor. CTRL_K  Kill outgoing connection. CTRL_N  Display the next command from the history buffer. CTRL_P  Display the previous command from the history buffer. CTRL_R  Redisplay the current line. CTRL_V 

VIM substitutions

Substitution of a text by another text within a single line (replace I by We): :s/I/We/g Case-insensitive: :s/I/We/gi Substitute helo for hello in the next 4 lines: :s/helo/hello/g 4

VMWare vSphere 6.0 web client via SSH tunnel

Hi, I just found a way to connect to a remote vCenter server via SSH tunnel, using the web client.  This has been tested on vSphere 6.0, it may need some modifications to work on other version. Let's define some information for this example: 192.168.x.x will be the IP address of the vSphere web client (vCenter) x.x.x.x will be the IP address of the SSH server localuser is the name of the user on the local machine (from which you execute the SSH command) remoteuser is the name of the username on the (remote) SSH server 5252 is the port on which the (remote) SSH server is listening The first thing to do is to execute this shell command to open an SSH connection and create tunnels: sudo ssh -i /home/localuser/.ssh/id_rsa -l remoteuser1 -L 443:192.168.x.x:443 -L 902:192.168.x.x:902 -L 903:192.168.x.x:903 -L 9443:192.168.x.x:9443 -p 5252 x.x.x.x Please not that we must use sudo because we're using ports =< 1024. Also note the -i , specifying  the path to my pri