KB ID 0000800 Dtd 03/04/13
Essentially you can unbox this switch, plug it in and it will do what you want (unless you have VLANS, or trunks (port-channels)). Which is what my client had done, but I needed to get on the web console and have a look at what was going on, and there is NO CONSOLE socket on this unit at all.
1. Donâ€™t bother looking in DHCP, it’s NOT set to DHCP by default. From the factory the switch will have the following IP address; 192.168.2.10 (255.255.255.0). So put yourself on the same network segment and connect to the switch via a normal network cable.
Note: Start > Run > ncpa.cpl will get you there.
2. Now open a browser window and connect to https://192.168.2.10 by default the password will be blank.
Note: Obviously this will kick you off, and you will need to change your IP address again to reconnect.
4. To change the password navigate to System > Password > change accordingly > Apply.
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