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Configurations for new T3 line using Cisco 3745 with T3/E3 Module

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Ok first timer here.... I am trying to setup a Cisco 3745 with a T3/E3 module for a new T3 line.
The line is being activated today. BRN lines are all setup T3/E3 module installed in Cisco 3745. It recognizes the module and have done the interface and controller # throught the command line interface.
the ISP has provided me with my IP Configurations for the new line. The Cisco is being used as the DSU/CSU then running into a Watchguard firebox X series 750e firewall. So my question is more of proper configuration. Where or what interface do I assign the IP configurations provided to me by the ISP?  Are they assigned to an interface in the Cisco or the WAN interface on the Firebox?
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Typically you put the IP configurations on the T3 port (Serial 1/0 or whatever your port is).  Then use one of the other interfaces on the router to uplink your firewall to.  We use a /30 private network to put these uplink ports on.  
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I was thinking I should be able to assign the Public IP configurations to the T3 interface
cisco3745>enable
password: xxxx
cisco3745# configure terminal
cisco3745(config)# controller T3 1/0
cisco3745(config-controller)# ?

The command option I am given for the T3 controller are:  BERT, Cable Length, Clock, Default, Description, Exit, Framing, Help, Loopback, MDL, No, and Shutdown

I can not find anywhere for an IP configuration.
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by:jamills
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I sat down and figured it out myself.
I was in ( config-controller )  for the T3 module not in the  ( config-if ) for the T3 module
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I was led to my solution from reading the post but did not give the exact answer to my question
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