I am having a problem configuring any interface on my ASA 5510 running ASA 8.2.1. When i try to configure an interface I am unabl eto assign an IP addres, security level, name the interface or do anythingt else that would allow me to use the device. When I hit the "?" to see the allowed command I recieve the following:
corpfir01(config)# interface ethernet 0/1
Interface configuration commands: default Set a command to its defaults description Interface specific description dhcp Configure parameters for DHCP client duplex Configure duplex operation exit Exit from interface configuration mode help Interactive help for interface subcommands no Negate a command or set its defaults shutdown Shutdown the selected interface speed Configure speed operation corpfir01(config-if)#
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