To configure a static IP address via Dashboard, go to Switch > Monitor > Switches, select the appropriate switch, and click the pencil icon next to LAN IP:
Local IP Assignment
- Connect a client to the MS. The local status page can be accessed via any ethernet port on the device.
- Once you have obtained an IP address, browse to the url switch.meraki.com.
- On this page, click Uplink Configuration.
- The page should now prompt for login credentials. If local login credentials were configured via Dashboard, please use these credentials. Otherwise, the default login is the device's serial number as the username and a blank password.
Each device is labeled with its serial number on the bottom label.
- On the Uplink Configuration page, set the needed connection information.
Switch to server? If you have more than one computer on your network that accesses internet then you must have a router. Unless some aspect of the server handles this. Depending on the router you have or will have for VLANS, they will be called differently. I use HP procurve switches and Cisco routers. This is my cheat sheet.
There is also on a Cisco router/ w built in switch two sides of the VLAN world. There is 802.11q for the router sub-interfaces and there is A VLAN database for the switch ports. Can be confusing but it isn't that bad once you wrap your head around it.
switchport access vlan 2
no ip address
no cdp enable
vlan for switchport example
description Internet Connection
ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0
ip nbar protocol-discovery
ip flow ingress
ip flow egress
router subinterface for vlan example
description ZOO VLAN 20
encapsulation dot1Q 20
ip address 10.10.20.1 255.255.255.0