The SG102-24 ( or orderable p/n SR2024CT) is a 24 port UNMANAGED switch with two shared combo SFP ports.
You just follow the quick install guide or turn on the switch and it works.
I need more information in your question to understand where your problem is, what are you doing with a setup wizard?
With greatest respect, personally didn't think a unmanaged switch could be managed, so I'm learning something new. What does the documentation that comes with the switch say the setup wizard will do? ( I really apologize for that dumb question, I did so some due diligence within software downloads and could find no software available for the SG102-24)
I have attached the Quick Start Guide for other folks reference, as the unit itself would come with a quick start guide.
I may have jumped in too quickly. Or to deeply in an over thinkingly kind of way
I was thinking "unmanaged" once set up should just run
We have 16 internet connections and two two person "sharing" one line internet connection Not your overwhelming network
I do have a request from two users to connect to a printer to share...add something from Canon about Static IP for printer and when I connected all cables some refused to "connect".
I installed Network assistant
So I isolated my computer and connected directly to switch to run set up wizard thinking that is what I had to do when I got two errors one about JVM being prevented from running commands and No Default gateway found.
Hence my question
so maybe on Monday I'll start over
Now that you mention it Unmanaged should mean hands off so I'll try again
My mistake overreaching the reality of a simple plug and play I'll let you know what happens
PS i got "elected to do this I am enjoying the challenge so far
Have a nice weekend I'm taking Friday and making 4 day weekend
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