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Updated:November 29, 2018
Accessing the Setup Page for SGE2000P
The set up page allows the user to adjust basic settings for the SGE2000P device such as port and system configuration as well as the current stacking mode.
This document shows the user how to access the setup page for SGE2000P
Accessing the device through console port
Step 1. Connect the switch to the computer through console port.
Step 2. Open Hyper Terminal on your computer.
Note: You will need to use third party Hyper Terminal software for Windows Vista because this software is not available anymore on this version.
Step 3. You can use any name and then choose the communication port you are using on the back of the computer.
Step 4. Set the serial port settings as follows
•Bits per second: 115200
•Data bits: 8
•Stop bits: 1
•Flow control: None
Step 5. On the login screen type admin for the username and leave the password blank.
Step 6. Go to the System Mode tab for the device. By default the switch is set to Layer 3. You will need to set it to Layer 2 so you can use static IP address for the device.
Step 7. Save the settings and then go back to the System Configuration tab.
Step 8. Go to the IP address settings and then set the device to static IP address. After assigning the static IP address for the switch, save the settings.
Step 9. You may access the setup page for the switch now using your web browser. On your browser type http://192.168.1.254 and it will ask for the username and password. The default username is admin and leave the password blank.
Note: If you are using DHCP address for the switch, you may still be able to access the device through your browser. You will need to check the DHCP address assigned for the device from your DHCP server.