This may be helpful, on the 3548 Vlan 1 is the management vlan by default and your IP address will reside on the management vlan. Too solve your problem from the switch# prompt you will need to enter the command
Switch( )#Vlan 440 name mih
now you will need to change the management vlan too vlan 440 you do this by
switch(config)#int vlan 440
you should now see your IP address on vlan 440 and it's state should be UP and UP
Next now the reason you cannot ping is because Vlan are seperate broadcast domaine, you will need to go through a router(layer 3 device)to ping, but now that your managment vlans are the same you should be able too ping. Since you now have more than one vlan you need to create a trunk port between your two switches
let do port number 4
switch(config-if)#switchport mode trunk
switch#show int fa0/4 switchport
/port 4 should now be a trunk port passing traffic for all vlans.
Okay man this should get you rolling. have a good one
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