How do I assign an IP address to a Cisco 2811 router in RonMon mode
My Cisco 2811 router is in ronmon mode and I have tried all the documents to assign an IP address to the router. I am preparing it to download an IOS but I can't ping the Router from my PC. I am connected to the console port and I have a compact flash in the drive. How do I assign the IP address to the router in ronmon mode? We performed the below commands but it didn't work. I am thinking the router doesn't have an IP address so it won't complete the transfer.
IP_ADDRESS=IP address of the Ethernet port IP_SUBNET_MASK=subnet mask of the Ethernet port DEFAULT_GATEWAY=the default gateway TFTP_SERVER=the IP of the TFTP server (your local computer) TFTP_FILE=the file name of the IOS file tftpdnld
Is there a command to simply assign the IP address to the 2811 so my PC can ping the router?
ROMmon and TFTPDNLD is about to become obsolete. Why? Because with CF/SD media being used for storage by some Cisco routers, you can eject the CF/SD from the slot, insert into a multi-card reader and copy the IOS from your client to the CF/SD card faster than ROMmon and/or TFTPDNLD can do.
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