The VLAN was 1. What solved it (no flash of brilliance on my part) was changing my computer IP address to 192.168.1.101 -- then I was able to access the switch view WEBVIEW. I thought my computer would pick up an IP address just from DHCP when it said Acquiring?
I must be doing something wrong, as I am still unable to get a fully functional LAN and access the internet (cable) modem.
I'll post my additional inabilities separately and hope for additional qualified help.
Thanks again for the assist. If had been a VLAN issue, I certainly would not have guessed it without your post.
If there is some reading I can do (besides the user's manual, which is extremely obtuse) to help me get a functional LAN (which has a cable modem for internet, 8 PCs, 1 IP camera and 2 printers, so it is not particularly complex), please let me know!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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