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To set an IP address in your PC Laptops (Windows 7, xp and vista) visit the site Howtogeek.com ,here they have given detailed procedure to sen an IP address of your own. After setting an IP address you can check it in two ways.
1)Go to Start-> Run-> Cmd Press Enter.. Type ipconfig or ipconfig/all command line to know your IP address.
2)Visit the site Ip-Details.com to get your IP address.

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To assign a static IP address to the switch:
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  5. To save your configuration changes, type copy running-config startup-config and then press <Enter>.

notice.gif NOTICE: Only one VLAN can be assigned an IP address. If you assign an address to any other VLAN, the new address overrides the original IP address. The following example shows how to set a static IP address using the CLI.

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