Is this a new router with the default SDM config, or an existing config? SDM when first installed it puts a minimum configuration that does include DHCP for inside clients. If this does not have the config, and you have a subnet created on the router you can give your PC a static IP so that you can configure one VIA SDM.
As per the instructions on the following page, it says connect the pc to any of the ethernet 10baset port...so i attempted to connect to FE0 ~ FE3 and the pc did not get an ip given to it....next I tried connect the pc to FE4 and still nothing, then I configured the pc to 10.10.10.2 (static) and attempted the same from FE0 thru FE4 and upto FE3 nothing, FE4 worked!!
so now I got the SDM working.....but FE4 is a wan link, and I would like to connect the router to PPPoE via FE4 (WAN) port and SDM warns that once I enable PPPoE I would loose SDM connectivity via FE4....but FE0 ~ FE3 appears to be shutdown......what gives?
You can do this from the command line very easily. Are you familiar with Cisco IOS CLI?
You can enter the following and this should help you:
ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0
Check to see if this works. If it does then save the configuration:
copy run start
You can also probably do this from the SDM by clicking on LAN and setting up your network here. You will probably want to first setup your WAN interface like you want it and the move the private IP addressing to the LAN interface.
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