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Cisco 2948G Will not allow Config T

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I just got a Cisco Catalyst 2948G Switch.  I did a Clear Config All to reset it.  Now, when I type in Config T, I receive the following message:

This function provided by set commands.  Use 'set help' for more info.

Does anyone know what I need to do to resolve this?  I've also set the IP and gateway for the switch.  Also, I believe there's a web GUI for this switch, would anyone know how to enable it?  
Any help would be appreciated with this
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Your 2948G is using Cat OS not IOS.

Here's a reference for CAT OS

https://www.cisl.ucar.edu/nets/presentations/training.topics/catos-vs-ios.pdf
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I believe the Switch also has a Web GUI.  Any idea how to configure\access this?

Thanks
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