Step 1: Connect COM port of the computer to the console port of thewith a serial cable.
Step 2: Open hyperterminal on the computer and configure as followed:
- Bits per second: 9600
- Data bits: 8
- Parity: None
- Stop bits: 1
- Flow Control: None
Launch the hyperterminal monitor and Power cycle the
When it boots up, log in using the default user name, admin, and no password.
Press Enter to get the console# prompt.
Step 3: Set an IP address on the switch.
Note: The IP address needs to be on the same subnet as your computer.
Step 4: Open a web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, and enter the IP address, that you set in the previous step, in the address bar.
eg. http://192.168.0.200 .
Step 5: You will be prompted for a user name and password.The default user name is admin and there is no password. Select OK.
Step 6: Select Basic Setup, from the top. Under Vlan, on the left side, select Properties.
Step 7: Click the Create button and use the following configuration:
VLAN ID: 2.
VLAN Name: VLAN2.
Step 8: Go back to Vlan, on the left side, and select Properties again.
Select Show All.
You should now see both your Vlans
ie. 1 and 2.
Step 9: Under Vlan.
Select Membership. You should see Vlan 1 the default port settings.
Step 10: Select the ports you wish to assign to Vlan 2.
In this example we use ports 3, 4 and 5 for our Vlan 2.
Step 11: In the example port 5 is being configured for Vlan 2 Selecting Vlan ID 2 and Selecting the number 5 just above port 5.
Select Untagged and press Submit.
Step 12: To save your settings, select File Management, from the left side. Choose Copy Files.
Step 13: Select the radio button next to Copy Configuration.
Set Source to Running Configuration.
Set Destination to Startup Configuration.
Step 14: Press Close.