Any terminal device compatible with VT100 or ANSI
characteristics. On VT100-type and ANSI devices, you can use cursor-control and
cursor-movement keys including the left arrow, right arrow, up arrow, down
arrow, Delete, and Backspace keys. The Cisco ISE CLI senses the use of the
cursor-control keys and automatically uses the optimal device characteristics.
See the terminfo database (terminal capability database) for a
complete listing for all terminals here: /usr/share/terminfo/*/*. These are
possible locations of the compiled terminfo files: /usr/lib/terminfo/v/vt100,
/usr/share/terminfo/v/vt100, /home/.../.terminfo/v/vt100, and/or
/etc/terminfo/v/vt100. Terminfo is a database of terminal capabilities
available for every model of terminal that communicates with the application
programs. It provides what escape sequences (or control characters) to send to
the terminal to do things such as move the cursor to a new location, erase part
of the screen, scroll the screen, change modes, change appearance (colors,
brightness, blinking, underlining, reverse video etc.).
For example, typing "locate vt100" from the root may show you
information about the terminal that you are using.
The following valid terminal types can access the Cisco ISE CLI: