Thanks....so simply stated...connect to any port of the switch having manually configured an IP address of say 192.168.2.2 on my laptop / browse to the switch and then follow:
Figure 6-2. IP Addressing
DHCP — The DHCP client can be enabled to acquire the network configuration dynamically. The
DHCP default value is Disable. This field enables the DHCP client.
IP Address — Specifies the static IP Address currently assigned to the device.
Subnet Mask— Specifies the subnet mask of the static IP Address, currently assigned to the device.
Default Gateway — Specifies the static Default Gateway Address, currently assigned to the device.
DHCP IP Address — Specifies the IP Address received from the DHCP server.
DHCP Mask — Specifies the Subnet Mask received from the DHCP server.
DHCP Default Gateway — Defines the Default Gateway Address received from the DHCP server.
Apply DHCP Address — Activates the IP Address, Subnet Mask Address, and Default Gateway
Address, received from the DHCP server.
Updating Static IP Address
1 Open the IP Addressing page.
2 Verify that the DHCP field is Disable.
3 Manually enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway fields.
4 Click Apply Changes.
The system Static IP address parameters are applied to the switch.
5 Reconnect the device with the new IP Address.