Configuring Ethernet settings without a DHCP server

If you do not have a DHCP server on your network, use this topic to help you configure the Ethernet settings.

If you are using Linux, be sure to type ./ before the asu command.
  1. If you have not already done so, extract the ASU files.
  2. At a command prompt, change to the directory that contains the ASU files.
  3. Extract the ASU files.
    For more information, see Extracting the ASU files for Windows or Extracting the ASU files for Linux.
    Note: This step is not required if you are using ASU version 2.0 or later.
  4. To view a list of all settings and their assigned values, type the command asu show all and press Enter.
  5. From the following list, select the items that you want to set.
    Option Description
    To set or enable the following: Run this command and press Enter
    network interface on Remote Supervisor Adapter II asu set RSA_Network1 Enabled
    IP address asu set RSA_HostIPAddress1
    subnet mask asu set RSA_HostIPSubnet1
    gateway IP address asu set RSA_GatewayIPAddress1
    DHCP asu set RSA_DHCP1 Enabled
    data-transfer rate asu set RSA_LANDataRate1 "10M Ethernet"
    duplex mode asu set RSA_Duplex1 Full
  6. Restart the system by entering asu rebootrsa and pressing Enter.