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How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

steve_573
Occasional Visitor

How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

We have a Mitel VOIP system on the voice VLAN that was recently upgraded so that voicemails can be forwarded to email.
The ip address of the VOIP system is 197.168.1.2 and the ip of the VLAN port is .1

The Default VLAN for data is 10.34.4.50 and our WAN router has the address of 10.34.4.1
the switch is setup with a default route gateway of 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.34.4.1

I can ping the 197.168.1.x addresses from within the data VLAN but if i go onto the Voice VLAN and try to ping any of the 10.34.4.x address i get no response.

The Mitel phone system is currently unable to send voicemails to the mail server which resides outside our router on our corporate WAN.

How do i setup the switch so that the voice vlan traffic will go to the router and out to the mail server?

Any help would be much appreciated!
6 REPLIES
IT_7
Advisor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

Have you checked whether you have a route on your WAN router that leads back to the VoIP LAN?
steve_573
Occasional Visitor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

I didnt check that, but i'm quite sure the router doesnt have a static route back to the voice VLAN.

I was under the impression that inter vlan routing can be done just at the switch - maybe i am wrong on that?

From the mitel phone system, if i do a tracert on 10.34.4.1 it goes to 197.168.1.1 and then 10.34.4.50 but goes no further than that. Is the router denying the packet for some reason or is the switch not forwarding it on to the router?
Ron Kinner
Honored Contributor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

"From the mitel phone system, if i do a tracert on 10.34.4.1 it goes to 197.168.1.1 and then 10.34.4.50 but goes no further than that."

The first hop from a device on the VOIP VLAN should be to the IP address of the VLAN on the switch which I assume is 197.168.1 so that is OK. The next hop of 10.34.4.50 is a bit odd. Normally it would send it to the router but it might be just the way that HP implements their layer 3 routing. From there it should go to the router. It appears that the router does not know about the 197.168.1.0 Subnet and will need a route:

If Cisco it would go:

conf t
ip route 197.167.1.0 255.255.255.0 10.34.4.50
exit
wr me

Ron
Ron Kinner
Honored Contributor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

Just a quick sanity check:

You do have IP routing turned ON?

You do have an IP address assigned to the VOIP VLAN and it is 197.168.1 with a mask of 255.255.255.0 and the Mitel uses that as a default address?

The IP address of the DATA VLAN is 10.34.4.50 with a mask of 255.255.255.0

Ron
Lemmings1981
Occasional Visitor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

i have a similar problem;

2 vlans with ip routing turned on.

 

vlan1:

 

192.168.15.246/24

 

vlan2:

 

192.168.16.246/24

 

i can ping the vlan ip addresses from both sides of the subnets, but not any devices associated in the vlans.

 

eg i have laptops, one with  with ip 192.168.15.50 and 192.168.16.50 - each laptop can ping 192.168.15.246 and 192.168.16.246 but not each other (.50)

John Gelten
Regular Advisor

Re: How do i configure HP 2650 Switch inter VLAN Routing

I don't think it is preferred to re-activate a 7-year-old discussion.

 

You probably don't have a route (or default gateway) on both laptops pointing to your switch.

Assuming you have Windows on those laptops, enter the following command on the laptops :

on the '15' laptop:   route add 192.168.16.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.15.246 -p

on the '16' laptop:   route add 192.168.15.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.16.246 -p

 

btw:

Your issue seems to be completely different from the original one, where I think IT_7 hit the nail on the head, and there should definitely be at least a route to the voip-subnet in the WAN router (and probably also some NAT and firewall configurations).