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Is there another way to change my router IP besides using the console port?

I have a Cisco 900 series for my Internet gateway. The router servers a LAN of about 35 computers for net connection. The RF cable from the ISP comes into the router. Besides using console cable technique for changing the router IP, are there any other ways to do so?
Besides console port either you can telnet to the router if you have IP connectivity or you can dial into the router if you have a modem connected to the auxiliary port of the router.
This was last published in July 2003

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