Cisco 1900 Series Switch Setup

Dear Experts,

I am attempting to study for the CCNA and I have several routers and a 1900 series switch.  I am a bit puzzled about how to get in configured and setupthe 1900 switch for the lab practice.  Can anyone tell me or lead me to the correct documentation for how to hook it up, zero it out and configure the ports.

Well if anyone can give me a hand I would be very appreciative.


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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
The 1900's are EOL (end of life) and have some commands that are specific/unique to the 1900's. Cisco doesn't cover the 1900 series commands on the exam either. They're using 2950's.

That said:

just select the link for the version of IOS that you have and you will go to a link with command references and quick start guides.


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