set deviceconfig system eth2
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set deviceconfig system eth2

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set deviceconfig system eth2


Configure the eth2 interface.

Hierarchy Location

set deviceconfig system


eth2 { default-gateway <ip-address>; ip-address <ip-address>; mtu <value>; netmask <ip-netmask>; speed-duplex {100Mbps-full-duplex | 100Mbps-half-duplex | 10Mbps-full-duplex | 10Mbps-half-duplex | 1Gbps-full-duplex | 1Gbps-half-duplex | auto-negotiate}; permitted-ip <ip-address/netmask>; service disable-icmp {no | yes}; }


+ default-gateway
— IP address of the default gateway for the eth2 interface.
+ ip-address
— IP address for the eth2 interface.
+ mtu
— Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for the eth2 interface.
+ netmask
— Netmask for the eth2 interface.
+ speed-duplex
— Interface speed (10Mbps, 100Mbps, 1Gbps, or autonegotiate) and duplex mode (full or half) for the eth2 interface.
> permitted-ip
— IP addresses allowed to access the eth2 interface. If you specify a netmask with the IP address, the netmask must be in slash notation. For example, to specify a Class C address, enter: (not
> service-disable
— Disable ICMP for the eth2 interface.

Sample Output

admin@wf-500(active-controller)# show deviceconfig system eth2 eth2 { ip-address; netmask; service { disable-icmp no; } speed-duplex auto-negotiate; mtu 1500; }

Required Privilege Level

superuser, deviceadmin

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