I have two SG200-26 switches. One feeds my VOIP devices the other my computers. On both devices I have a number of ports that were not being used but now need to be. These ports show as "Down" I can bring them up by resetting my switches to default and then all the ports being used will work, but ones not being used will turn off again. How can I turn on a previously unused port without a full reset?
Hi Robert, to enable a port it is under port management in the GUI. You should be able to select the radio button, edit the port and admin enable/disable, etc from there. If the ports were never modified they are enabled by default and only require an active connection.
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