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Interface ethernet0 auto Shutdown

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tcross3 Wed, 04/09/2003 - 09:16
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type;

interface ethernet0 auto

or

interface ethernet0 100full

rajesh_rsinghai Fri, 04/11/2003 - 04:22
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router#int e0

(router-config)#Ip address *.*.*.* *.*.*.*

(router-config)#no shutdown


Rajesh Jain


navinquadros Fri, 05/16/2003 - 22:30
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Hello Farhan,

This seems to be a generic problem. If I understand your problem correctly, you have a Ethernet port that is currently shutdown.


If this is correct, go ahead as follows:


1. Login to the router using a console cable [If that is the only ethernet port then you won't be able to telnet to it :-) ]. Get to privileged mode.


2. Type at prompt the following sequence:

a) config terminal

b) interface e0

c) ip address ***.***.***.***

# This step only if you have not configured the ip address for this port


d) no shutdown

e) exit

# exit out of config mode


f) copy running-config startup-config

# This command if you do not want to repeat this procedure the next time the router is restarted :)

g) exit


Tell me if this solves your problem and if you have any other queries


Have a nice day,

Navin

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