LAN Routing

VLAN routing problem on 1910-8G

Occasional Contributor

VLAN routing problem on 1910-8G

I'm having problems routing from my second VLAN. I can't seem to access the other VLAN nor the Internet.


From the standard configuration, this is what I've done:


1. Created the second VLAN with the ID 2.

2. Given ports GE1/0/1-GE1/0/2 untagged membership to VLAN 2.

3. Created a manual VLAN Interface for VLAN 2, with the IPv4 address and no IPv6.


I manually plugged in a client to one of the VLAN 2 ports and configured IPv4 with address and gateway I could now ping the switch, but nothing else.


4. Added a static entry to IPv4 routing: Destination IP=, mask=, next hop= (the gateway on VLAN 1), Interface=Vlan-interface1


This did not get me any further.


VLAN 1 works fine, but the gateway there is a second wireless router (from my ISP) connecting directly to the Internet.


What am I doing wrong?



Occasional Advisor

Re: VLAN routing problem on 1910-8G

Sounds like VLAN 2 is working as expected since your client is able to plug in and ping it's default gateway (VLAN 2 IP).


You did not state what is your VLAN 1 IP address, it has to be 192.168.1.X, make sure VLAN 1 IP is able to ping to ISP IP at


Your problem is probably the ISP device does not know about 10.0.0.X/24 subnet, therefore it cannot send any traffic back.

If it's not possible to configure the ISP device with a 10.0.0.X/24 static route, you will have to leave your LAN as 192.168.1.X/24 as I don't believe 1910 is able to NAT.