Rob is correct , the 2950 can't do any routing (layer 2) so it doesn't need more than a single ip (vLAN address ) which is used to manage the switch only . Any routing has to be done by an external layer 3 device such as a router or L3 switch . You can use any vlan you want as the management vlan but only a single SVI can be active at a time.
I believe you are confusing layer 2 and layer3 . You can have many vlans on the switch . To route between those vlans you need an external layer 3 device to do the routing . This means you would need a trunk link to a external router or L3 switch which allows the vlans you want to put on the switch itself.
When you create a "interface vlan X" that is a switched virtual interface (L3) and only used to manage the 2950 from an external site. If want to use vlan 1 do not create a " interface vlan 183" . You can use vlan 1 to manage the switch but the routing has to come from an external device.
switch---------------->trunk link (allowing vlan 1, 183)-------------> router/l3 switch
vtp mode transparent
interface vlan 1
ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /mask
ip default gateway xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx --> vlan 1 router address on the L3 device
interface xx/xx (interface that connects to router)
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