I have two D-LINK switches in my network, and I seem to have misplaced their IP addresses, so I can't remote on to them.
What can I do?
They both have DHCP disabled.
I've port scaned my network, and port 80 (i.e. the switchs' web interfaces) are not open on any IP that I can see :/
I have both devices' MAC addresses.
I have pinged my subnet's multicast (
192.168.0.255), and then done an
but the MACs aren't listed.
I've tried setting a connected machine's IP to
as the switches' default IPs are apparently
10.90.90.90 and repeated the above with no luck.
Does anyone know how to factory reset either of these switches
D-LINK DGS-1210-24 D-LINK DGS-1210-48
Edit: Both switches are online and fully functional, I just admin access them!
I think that should be D-LINK DGS-1210 series. (not D-LINK DSG-1210 ?)
If the DHCP-client on these switches are disabled you can't be sure on which IP they are. You could try the free Netscanner from Softperfect (my favorite for Windows) or use
nmap 192.168.0.0/16 -sPon Linux (where
192.168.0.xis your current network). If that does not work you could try the same on
But maybe you would have better luck doing a factory reset on these devices.
In the manual (do you have one?) it states you can press the Reset button (on the front) for 5 seconds to go to the defaults.
Support site for these are here. There is also the option to download the manual.
After resetting the device it will be on 10.90.90.90.