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How do I set the ip address on a 3com 3036 router?

I am trying to set the ip address on ethernet1/2. I have a router manual but cannot seem to get to a point where it will accept something like "ip address 192.168.10.3". Thanks, Darren
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jfradyCommented:
First go to exec mode
Then go to the correct interface
Then enter IP information

exec
int eth1/2
ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x

Dont forget the mask after the ip
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jfradyCommented:
Sorry - I meant system view.  Not exec view.  

system
int eth1/2
ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x
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dcroneIT GuyAuthor Commented:
First 2 commands worked, but when I put the ip address command and subnet mask it put a carrot under the "ip" as if it is not a correct command. I typed "?" to display available commands and "ip" does not show up in the list.
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dcroneIT GuyAuthor Commented:
For what its worth, when I input the same commands you gave me except substituted int eth1/2 with int eth1/0 it looks like it would let me change the ip address. Maybe int eth1/2 cannot be configured in some way?
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jfradyCommented:
Wait a sec - I'm wondering if we have the right interface.  When you do a Display Interfaces what are the interface numbers?  It might be we should be using int eth2/0 (if it's an ethernet interface)

The only two interfaces you can define on that router are the internal and WAN interface.  The extra ports are an integrated 4 port switch.
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dcroneIT GuyAuthor Commented:
Now that I know what to try to configure (eth1/0 and eth2/0), I will post another question as to how to backup my current router configs before I change anything. Thanks!
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jfradyCommented:
Great!  Thanks.
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