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Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

I know this is a simple questions but I cannot find the answer in cco. How do you clear the interface counters? How do you set the duplex and speed on the interfaces? The ios is 6.3(3)Thanks

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

Hi,

Also, forgot to add this URL for setting up interface speed etc:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080172786.html#1112250

Thanks - Jay.

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

To clear counters on an interface, go into config mode and issue this command: clear int ethernet0

(You must be in config mode for this command to work.)

To set speed/duplex, again go into config mode and issue this command: interface ethernet0 100full

Rich

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

Hi,

Try command:

> clear access-list counters

This clears the counters shown by the show access-list command.

Thanks - Jay.

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

Hi,

Also, forgot to add this URL for setting up interface speed etc:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080172786.html#1112250

Thanks - Jay.

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

Thanks for replying so fast. Im looking for the command to clear the int e0 counters. I have old errors (collisions and defered packets)from the install and want them reset to zero. Thanks again.

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Re: Pix 525 clear counters/configure duplex

To clear counters on an interface, go into config mode and issue this command: clear int ethernet0

(You must be in config mode for this command to work.)

To set speed/duplex, again go into config mode and issue this command: interface ethernet0 100full

Rich

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