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    Question Configuration Issue after changing default IP

    Model : TL-SG2424

    Hardware Version : V1

    Firmware Version : 1.0.7 TL-SG2424_V1_150713

    ISP : [/COLOR]

    Hi All,
    i upgraded my SG2424 to the latest Firmware.
    Then i changed the Default IP-Address to 192.168.100.4/24 and the Managemet VLAN to 100.

    My Client is in VLAN100 and in the Subnet-Range.

    After Login to the Switch with new IP-Address i cannot configure any things. After clicking some Subsites (e. g. System IP), the Startscreen will appear.
    So my only way is to pull the Power and Reboot the Switch. Of course, the Switch is now reachable by the defaul IP (192.168.0.1), i could not save the config.

    On older Firmware i could Change the Default-IP without Problems.

    Could you please help me?

    Thanks and regards,
    Bernhard

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    hi,
    i solved my problem...
    I could change the IP-Address an the Management-VLAN with the CLI. And then, logged in via Browser, the configuration is working fine.

    Thanks

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    <span class="st"><span class="f"> </span>Thank you so much To isolate matters&nbsp; <em>reset</em> the router to factory <em>settings</em>, The fix was to plug the new router into the main LAN <em>after changing</em> its IP. Probably the best way to solve the <em>problem.</em></span>The fix was to plug the new router into the main LAN after changing its
    IP. That allowed my Mac to get an IP address from the main DHCP router.

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