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Configure Console Settings on ESW2-550X Switch
The console port baud rate (data transmission rate) is used to restrict the host device so it does not send more data than it can accept. This keeps the console port from being overloaded with packets. The console port does not support flow control, which means that the device that receives the packet cannot accept data as fast as the device that sends the packet.
The objective of this document is to explain how to configure console settings on ESW2-550X Stackable Managed Switch.
• ESW2-550X • ESW2-550X-DC
Configure Console Settings
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Administration > Console Settings. The Console Settings page opens:
Step 2. Click the desired baud rate method radio button in the Console Port Baud Rate field. The available options are:
• Auto Detection — Automatically detects the console port baud rate.
• Static — User manually chooses the desired baud rate.
Step 3. (Optional) If Static is clicked in Step 2, choose the desired console baud rate from the Static drop-down list.