I'm having an issue getting my SG300-10 into Layer-3 mode. I had it in Layer-3 mode under version 184.108.40.206, performed a factory reset by holding down the hard-reset button for 10 seconds. Updated boot loader to 1.3.5.06 and SW Firmware to 220.127.116.11.
switchc4f42e#sh ver SW version 18.104.22.168 ( date 06-Aug-2014 time 16:55:55 ) Boot version 1.3.5.06 ( date 21-Jul-2013 time 15:12:10 ) HW version V02
Now I cannot find the option to switch it back into Layer-3 mode. There is no "menu" option at the console (serial).
switchc4f42e# boot Boot Commands clear Reset functions clock Manage the system clock configure Enter configuration mode copy Copy from one file to another crypto Cryptographic commands debug-mode Exit from the EXEC to debug mode delete Delete a file from the flash file system dir Display the list of files on the flash file system disable Disable privileged commands dot1x 802.1x EXEC commands errdisable Err-Disable shutdown commands. exit Exit from the EXEC green-ethernet Green ethernet commands help Description of the interactive help system ip Global IP configuration commands login Exit from the EXEC and Log in macro Ports macros more Display a file no Negate command ping Send echo messages. reload Halt and perform a cold restart rename Rename a file renew Renew DHCP address resume Resume telnet session. set Set System Parameters show Show running system information telnet Open telnet session. terminal Set current session functions test diagnose traceroute Discover the routes to destination. write Write running configuration to memory or terminal switchc4f42e#menu % Unrecognized command switchc4f42e#
What do I need to do to get this switch back into Layer-3 mode?
switchc4f42e#set system mode router Changing the switch working mode will *delete* the startup configuration file and reset the device right after that. It is highly recommended that you will backup it before changing the mode, continue ? (Y/N)[N] Y
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