||Connect your PC
to the service port and configure an IPv4 address to use the same subnet as the
switch is loaded with IOS XE image and the
service port interface is configured as gigabitethernet 0/0.
Explorer 10 (or later), Firefox 18.104.22.168 (or later), or Google Chrome on your
PC and enter the management interface IP address on the browser window. The
management interface IP address is same as the gigabitethernet 0/0 (also known
as service port interface). When you log in for the first time, you need to
enter HTTP username and password. By default, the username is
admin and the
You can use both
HTTP and HTTPS when using the service port interface. HTTPS is enabled by
default and HTTP can also be enabled.
When you log in
for the first time, the
<Model Number> <Hostname> page appears.
page, click the
Web GUI link to access
switch web GUI
to perform all steps that you
need to configure the
Users page appears.
Users page, enter the administrative username to be assigned to
switch in the User Name text box and the
administrative password to be assigned to this
switch in the Password and Confirm Password
text boxes. Click
admin and the
default password is
cisco. You can
also create a new administrator user for the
switch. You can enter up to 24 ASCII
characters for username and password.
System Summary page appears.
System Summary page, enter the following SNMP system parameters for
switch, and click
switch location in the Location text box.
Customer-definable contact details such as phone number with
names in the Contact text box.
enabled to send SNMP notifications for various SNMP
disabled not to send SNMP notifications for various
SNMP traps from the SNMP Global Trap drop-down list.
enabled to send system log messages or
disabled not to send system log messages from the
SNMP Logging drop-down list.
trap server, must be reachable through the distribution ports (and not through
the gigabitethernet0/0 service or management interface).
Management Port page appears.
Management Port page, enter the following parameters
for the management port interface (gigabitethernet 0/0) and click
IP address that you assigned for the service port in the IP Address text box.
mask address of the management port interface in the Netmask text box.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) address for the selected port in the
IPv4 DHCP Server text box.
Wireless Management page appears.
Management page, enter the following wireless interface management
details, and click
interface—VLAN, or Ten Gigabit Ethernet from the Select Interface drop-down
identifier, or 0 for no VLAN tag in the VLAN id text box.
of wireless management interface where access points are connected in the IP
Address text box.
mask address of the wireless management interface in the Netmask text box.
IP address in the IPv4 DHCP Server text box.
VLAN as interface, you can specify the ports as –Trunk or Access ports from the
selected list displayed in the Switch Port Configuration text box.
Mobility and Country Code page appears.
Mobility and Country Code page, enter the RF mobility domain name
in the RF Mobility text box, choose current country code from the Country Code
drop-down list, and click
Next. From the GUI, you can select only one country
configuring RF grouping parameters and mobility configuration, ensure that you
refer to the relevant conceptual content and then proceed with the
Mobility Configuration page with mobility global
configuration settings appears.
WLANs page, enter the following WLAN configuration
parameters, and click
identifier in the WLAN ID text box.
the WLAN that the client is associated with in the SSID text box.
the WLAN used by the client in the Profile Name text box.
Configuration page appears.
Configuration page, check either one or both 802.11a/n/ac and
802.11b/g/n check boxes to enable the 802.11 radios, and click
Time page appears.
Time page, you can configure the time and date on the
switch based on the following parameters,
current timestamp on the
switch in the Current Time text box.
either Manual or NTP from the Mode drop-down list.
the NTP server, all access points connected to the
switch, synchronizes its time based on the
NTP server settings available.
date on the
switch from the Year, Month, and Day
time from the Hours, Minutes, and Seconds drop-down list.
time zone in the Zone text box and select the off setting required when
compared to the current time configured on the
switch from the Offset drop-down list.
Wizard page appears.
Wizard page, you can review the configuration settings performed on
switch using these steps, and if you wish
to change any configuration value, click
Previous and navigate to that page.
You can save the
switch configuration created using the
wizard only if a success message is displayed for all the wizards. If the
Wizard page displays errors, you must recreate the wizard for
initial configuration of the