T2600G-28TS: newbie question on managed switch

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T2600G-28TS: newbie question on managed switch
T2600G-28TS: newbie question on managed switch
2017-06-25 20:20:25
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sorry for misusing this expert forum for newbie's questions!

I just received my new T2600G-28TS. I connected it behind my access-router. I amanged to assign a different device IP-address (according to my router-IP-address) (I did that in Routing-InterfaceList-VLAN1) and did a formware upgrade.
So far so good.

When trying to get NTP administrated or doing a ping-out (Maintenance-NetworkDiagnosePing), that doesnt work. Seems like the basic configuration is blocking all out-going traffic.
On my small switch TL-SG108E it was easy and the basic configuration let the managed switch just start working as an un-managed one.....

How can I get the T2600G work like an un-managed switch to start with? :confused:

Bernd
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Re:T2600G-28TS: newbie question on managed switch
2017-06-26 06:41:16

speedAmaster wrote


On my small switch TL-SG108E it was easy and the basic configuration let the managed switch just start working as an un-managed one.....


So does the T2600G in basic (factory default) setup.

To ping systems outside of your local subnet using the switch's built-in Network Diagnostics ping and to use an external NTP server also outside of your subnet, you need to set up a default gateway for the switch in addition to an IP. See pages 8/9 in the T2600G manual for instructions on how to set up a default gateway: http://static.tp-link.com/T2600G-52TS,28TS,28MPS(UN)_V2(18TS_V1)_Configuration%20Guide.pdf
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