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Dealing with multiple Linksys WebView switches

A while ago the old IT guy at our company got a new job and left, in his wake his assistant took over. The assistant was fired after abusing our systems and then remotely wiped and reset everything we have.

I'm trying to figure out the mess that's here now and the biggest issue I'm facing is that there are about 6 Linksys 48 port switches on our racks, all of them with WebView, and I can't figure out how to access each of them to find out how each thing is being routed.

When accessing the default 192.168.1.254 port, it leads me to an 8-port switch that I can not locate. If anybody could point me in a direction of how to deal with all these switches it would be greatly appreciated as Cisco has already passed an end-of-life on each of the switches.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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