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IPV6 Default Gateway to IPV4 Default Gateway

I have a Cisco SGE2000P Switch. The problem I have is that it will only allow me to configuer an IPV6 gateway. My IPV4 gateway address is 192.168.0.1. Does anyone know how I can configuer this switch to use the IPV4 Gateway?

Below is a screen shot of the help comand for IP and IPV6 so you can see that the only gateway option is on IPV6

console(config)# ipv6
  access-list          This command creates an ACL, which perform
                       classification on layer 3 fields and enters to
                       ipv6-access configuration mode.
  default-gateway      IPv6 default gateway
  host                 To define static host name-to-address mapping in the
                       host cache
  neighbor             Neighbor
console(config)# ip
  access-list          This command creates an ACL, which perform
                       classification on layer 3 fields and enters to
                       ip-access configuration mode.
  arp                  ARP configuration commands
  dhcp                 Configure DHCP services
  domain-lookup        To enable the IP Domain Naming System
  domain-name          To define a default domain names that the software
                       uses to complete unqualified host names
  helper-address       Specify a destination address for UDP broadcasts
  host                 To define static host name-to-address mapping in the
                       host cache
  http                 Specify the HTTP server configuration
  https                Specify the HTTPS server configuration
  igmp                 Global IGMP configuration commands
  name-server          To set the available name servers, use the ip
                       name-server global configuration command.
  proxy-arp            Enable proxy ARP
  route                Establish static routes
  source-guard         IP source-gurad configuration
  ssh                  Global Secure Shell protocol configuration subcommands
  telnet               Telnet server configuration
console(config)# ip
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jrgcomputing
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bevhostCommented:
I see there is a route command in the ip menu.
have you tried anything like this....

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.0.1

eg ip route network mask gw
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jrgcomputingAuthor Commented:
Worked a treat, thanks
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