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Cisco 2960G - Web Management IP

I have a Cisco 2960G switch. It has four VLANs configured as below...

VLAN 1 (default - no ports)
VLAN 100 (management - port 23)
VLAN 210 (various ports 1)
VLAN 220 (various ports 2)

There is no routing between VLANs.

I want to be able to connect via telnet and http to manage the switch on VLAN 220. Currently i can do this using VLAN 100.

This will also involve a change to the management ip address, mask and gateway (currently it is 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0 and i need to change to to 10.10.0.1 255.255.0.0 10.10.230.1)

What commands to i need to use?

I am a cisco novice at best.

Many Thanks.

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MoogControls
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zwart072Commented:
if you're not using routing and you want to manage the switch on VLAN220 then you should also be on VLAN220 because of the no routing issue.
If you're on VLAN220 or een subnet which is behind a router on VLAN220 then you can do the following:
create vlan220 interface:
conf t
interface vlan 220
ip address 10.10.0.1 255.255.0.0
exit
ip default-gateway 10.10.230.1

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MoogControlsAuthor Commented:
Thank you, i've double checked all that, but i still can't see the web interface.

I'm on the same VLAN 220 and have a suitable ip address. Is there anything on the switch that would need enabling other than the ip address setting?
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tombourCommented:
could you post your config of the switch?
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