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I would like to know the command to configure CLI on cisco equipment to make the cursor move to the new line right away after it showed the message. So for example:

Router#
Router#
*00:00:00: Interface Ethernet0 chaged state to up.Link blablalba* ***(cursor is here)**** 

and then the cursor stays on the same line where the message was displayed..

I want it to move to the next line right away automatically.

Example:

Router#
Router#
00:00:00: Interface Ethernet0 chaged state to up. Line protocol blablalba
Router#****(cursor is here)**** 
  • logging synchronous is what you want, as @KellerG and @Ryan have mentioned, but typically having logging sent to the console is undesirable, unless you're doing debugging. – John Jensen Nov 7 '13 at 19:20
  • Ctrl-r is worth mentioning to refresh the CLI. – generalnetworkerror Nov 13 '13 at 6:03
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I think you're looking for "logging synchronous".

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Specifically, you're looking for this:

line con 0
 logging synchronous
line vty 0 15
 logging synchronous
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