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However, for a small business, it gives you a lot of control over your network. Now there are two ways to manage Cisco switches: from the web-based GUI interface or from the terminal-based command line interface. On several occasions, after trying to save a configuration change on the GUI, the entire switch crashed and I had to reboot it in order to access the GUI again. Make sure you click the Apply button to save the changes. Note that this will only save the change to running config.
The web GUI is usually good at reminding you about this by flashing an icon in the top right corner of the screen. So which user can log into the switch? Well, you can see the list of users by expanding Administration and then clicking on User Accounts. Here you will see the list of accounts that can log into the switch. There are also other user levels and you may want to create another user account specifically for accessing the switch via SSH with limited write access.
You can do this by adding a user and then choosing the appropriate user level for that account. I use puTTY and will use that for any examples. Make sure SSH is selected and you should be good to go. Type in the username for the account you setup and then enter the password. If all works well, you should get the switch prompt. In my case, my account has full access and control, so I automatically start in privileged EXEC mode.
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CISCO SG300-28 28-PORT GIGABIT MANAGED SWITCH
Email The Cisco SG switch has the default password of cisco. Along with this password, like most Cisco devices , the SG uses the default username of cisco to login with administrative privileges. Resetting is not the same as restarting the switch. The former restores the username and password, while the latter shuts down the switch and then starts it back up. You need physical access to the switch to reset it. Disconnect the switch from the network.
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