I have 3 SLM248G4S switches in a stack (SW1, SW2, and SW3), and want to pull one out and configure it as a stand alone.
If I just disconnect the stacking ports from SW3 and reconnect the bottom stack port from SW2 to the top one of SW1, the two switches continue to function together fine, but SW3 still seems to think it's part of the stack (still shows #3 on the LED screen) and doesn't work at all. I cannot even telnet into SW3.
I appreciate your quick answer, but it was incorrect. My question was about the SLM248G4S, which has no reset button that I can find. The link you provided was to a quick start guide for different model switches.
I take it you are refering to the orginal SLM248G4S branded as Linksys. I was not able to find the admin guide directly from the Cisco site as we have replaced the SLM248G4S with an updated hardware revision which did change a few things such as adding a reset button.
Below is a link I was able to find for the admin guide:
Article ID:4006 Configure Secure Shell (SSH) Server Authentication
Settings on a Switch Objective Secure Shell (SSH) is a protocol that
provides a secure remote connection to specific network devices. This
connection provides functionality that is similar...
Article ID:4982 Access an SMB Switch CLI using SSH or Telnet Objective
The Cisco Small Business Managed Switches can be remotely accessed and
configured through the Command Line Interface (CLI). Accessing the CLI
allows commands to be entered in a termina...
Article ID:5735 Convert Configuration Files using the Configuration
Migration Tool on Cisco Small Business Switches Introduction The Cisco
Configuration Migration Tool allows you to convert configuration files
from previous generation of Cisco Small Busin...