Thers is no Mode button for 1310 bridge.. So to get the IP address.. you can try issueing the CDP command on the connected switch if the switch is a cisco switch... that is..
on the switch to which the bridge is connected (if cisco switch only)
show cdp nei det
this will provide the IP address assigned to the device..
if not Cisco switch.. then please console into the bridge using the console cable connecting to the console port on the bridge and then open up the Hyperterminal on your PC or laptop.. use restore default on hypertreminal and you can access the bridge..
now issue the command
sh ip int br
to get the ip address on the bvi.. if you want to change then.. issue the below command..
I guess I was asking if I could just console into the injector without it being attached to the bridge. Anyway I dragged a desktop out there complete with monitor, keyboard, and mouse it only took about 2 hours. I got the IP now I can get in from here at my desk. Thanks
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