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Getting Vlans to communicate? Two VLANs on same switch, no communication

HPtester25
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Getting Vlans to communicate? Two VLANs on same switch, no communication

I have a cisco router connected to a HP 2530 switch.  I have two VLANS.  Vlan 1 and Vlan 2.  Port one has my router plugged in and port 2 has my laptop.  If I tag the router on VLAN 1, I get communication.  However, I can only get one VLAN to communicate.  How do these need to be configured to properly talk to each other?  Vlan 1

 


vlan 1
name "DEFAULT_VLAN"
no untagged 49-52
untagged 2-48
tagged 1
ip address 192.168.1.40 255.255.255.0

vvlan 2
untagged 49-52
tagged 1-2
ip address 192.168.80.40 255.255.255.0

 

Ports are configured as follows:

 

Port 1

interface 1
tagged vlan 1,2

interface 2
tagged vlan 1,2

 

1 REPLY
HP-Browniee
Trusted Contributor

Re: Getting Vlans to communicate? Two VLANs on same switch, no communication

Hi

From your config above port 2 is only tagged in vlan 2 and untagged in vlan 1. But i don't know why you want to tag port 2, if only your laptop is conntected to it.

Your laptop can only be in 1 vlan (except when u configure your netwerk adapter on your laptop to allow tagging).

How is the config on the router side? 

 

Kind regards