06-27-2014 05:37 PM
first you need to make sure the device is running a router image.
then assign an IP address to the interface ( port )
or configure the interface to a vlan that is supported by VE interface that handle routing for the vlan.
If the interface ( port ) is configured with ip address, you will see it in the output of show ip interface
If the interface ( port or ports ) is part of the vlan, check the vlan config to see what is the router-interface for the vlan, that VE should also show up in the output of show ip int.
06-27-2014 11:53 PM
Any ICX 6450 runs on a Layer 2 code by default. First, change to layer 3 code by issuing following commands:
Switch#boot system flash secondary
You don't need to go within the "conf t". You can issue the command directly.
Switch#wr mem (save the configuration permanently)
After reboot, you will have "Router" code running, which is actually stored on secondary flash of the switch.
Then, issue the following commands:
Router(config)#int eth 1/1/1
(Assuming that you want to configure IP Address on RJ-45 Ethernet 1, of first switch in a stack)
Router(config-if-e1000-1/1/1)#ip address A.B.C.D/CIDR
It is also assumed here that eth 1/1/1 is not a part of any vlan in the "router". Save the configuration and you are done.