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IOS command i/f for IP information

Hello,

New to the world of IOS. What is the commands sequence to configure an AP's IP address, Subnet mask and Default gateway.

Assume that I will be starting from AP>

Thanks,

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Re: IOS command i/f for IP information

at ap> type the following sequence. Press enter at the end of each line.

en

Cisco

conf t

ip default-g g.g.g.g

int bvi1

ip add x.x.x.x m.m.m.m

end

cop run st

After you type en and Cisco, the prompt will change to ap#.

After typing conf t, the prompt will change to ap(config)#

After int bvi1, the prompt will change to ap(config-if)#

g.g.g.g is the default gateway address

x.x.x.x is the IP address you would like to assign to this AP.

m.m.m.m is the network mask.

cop run st copies the running config, which you just modified, to the startup config. Rebooting without this command will revert back to the previously saved settings.

There is a ton of IOS documentation the Cisco web site.

Hope this helps.

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New Member

Re: IOS command i/f for IP information

at ap> type the following sequence. Press enter at the end of each line.

en

Cisco

conf t

ip default-g g.g.g.g

int bvi1

ip add x.x.x.x m.m.m.m

end

cop run st

After you type en and Cisco, the prompt will change to ap#.

After typing conf t, the prompt will change to ap(config)#

After int bvi1, the prompt will change to ap(config-if)#

g.g.g.g is the default gateway address

x.x.x.x is the IP address you would like to assign to this AP.

m.m.m.m is the network mask.

cop run st copies the running config, which you just modified, to the startup config. Rebooting without this command will revert back to the previously saved settings.

There is a ton of IOS documentation the Cisco web site.

Hope this helps.

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