It might be helpful to know what model of switch you are talking about.
The list of things that you did does not include configuring a management interface and IP address on the switch. If the switch does not have a management interface with an IP address it will not be able to ping the router.
Kiran has posted this same question in at least 3 forums. The discussion in the WAN Routing and Switching forum has been the most extensive and has included posting of configs, which I believe do show that the problem was a combination of failure to configure a management address in VLAN 1 (and this appears to be a purely layer 2 switch) and a failure to configure an IP address for VLAN 1 on the router.
I suggest that any further discussion be consolidated in the WAN forum.
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