This is normal for the EGS5110P. Simply change the static LAN IP address
on the computer to match the subnet of the new IP address of the switch,
and the computer can then access the GUI of the switch using its new
management IP address. Here is how you change LAN IP on a:Windows 7 or
Windows 8.x or Windows 10
To change the computer’s IP address in Windows, type
network and sharing into the Search box in the Start Menu and
select Network and Sharing Center when it comes up. If you are in
Windows 8.x it will be on the Start Screen itself, like the screenshot
at the top of this article. If you’re in Windows 7 or 10
it’ll be in the start menu.
Then when the Network and Sharing Center opens, click on
Change adapter settings. This will be the same on Windows 7 or
8.x or 10.
Right-click on your local adapter and select Properties.
In the Local Area Connection Properties window highlight
Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)then click the Properties
Now select the radio button Use the following IP address and
enter in the correct IP, Subnet mask, and Default gateway that corresponds
with your network setup. Then enter your Preferred and Alternate DNS
server addresses. Here we’re on a home network and using a simple
Class C network configuration and Google DNS.
Check Validate settings upon exit so Windows can find any
problems with the addresses you entered. When you’re finished click
Now close out of the Local Area Connections Properties window.
Windows will run network diagnostics and verify the connection is good.
Here we had no problems with it, but if you did, you could run the network
Now you can open the command prompt and do an ipconfig to
see the network adapter settings have been successfully changed.