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I ahve a Cisco Wireles  air 1131g-a-k9 that has no ethernet connections.  I have not used the cli for cisico in a while, but when i get into it through the console connection is says there is no default IP information in the system.  I have tried reseting this device numberouse times, but the ip information is not in it.  Can anyone give me the cli command to restore the default configuration to this device?
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if you have a line like  
   APname>
then type "enable" and it will ask you for your enable password, then it goes to
   APname#
then you type "configure terminal" and it'll go to:
   APname(config)#
then write   "erase start"
confirm hitting enter and then type "reload" and confirm again without saving changes.

The AP will reboot to factory defaults.... but even with that,I think this is DHCP configurable by default (maybe with fallback to 10.0.1.1)
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No sir, I have already done this.  The default ethernet ip is not reloading.  do you know the cli for reentering the ip address for it?  I am trying to find it in my manuals, but it has been a while since I took Cisco in School
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As far as I remember... IP address by default is configured on BVI 1 interface...
Try this:

   # configure terminal
   (config)# interface bvi 1
   (config-if)#  ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.y
   (config-if)# end
   (config)#  write


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