How to set SG200-26P to factory default settings

This thread was helpful, even though it’s for a smaller, 8-port switch.  Basically:

  1. Disconnect the switch from all possible DHCP servers (unless you like playing hide-and-seek).
  2. Connect the link port directly to your laptop’s Ethernet port.
  3. Configure your laptop’s network interface to be in the network, but avoid the
  4. Now find a small pin (I used the one from the office stepler) and push into the Reset hole of the switch for about 30 seconds.  You’ll see all the switch ports blink when you are done.
  5. Remove the pin.
  6. Start pinging … it’ll take a few minutes before you get a reply.
  7. Once the ping starts working, navigate to .  It’ll help if your browser doesn’t have any proxy servers configured.
  8. Login with username cisco, password cisco.
  9. ???
  10. PROFIT!


2 thoughts on “How to set SG200-26P to factory default settings”

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  2. the default: username: cisco password:cisco don´t match, If i reset i can`t ingress to the web managament window

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