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help with vlan routing 2626

varadan
Occasional Contributor

help with vlan routing 2626

hi,

i have 2626 pro curve switch. I do not have any router and want to have inter vlan routing in 2626 itself.

port fa0/1 assigned to vlan 2 and fa0/2 assigned to vlan 3.The vlan2 - gateway 10.1.2.1, vlan 3 - gateway 10.1.3.1 configured and ip routing command also enabled.

the client's default gateway is their respective vlan gateways.

Am not able to ping even the gateway of the respective vlan.

correct me where i went wrong.

Thanks and regards,
Varadan
6 REPLIES
Shadow13
Respected Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

can you post you configuration plz.

How did you assign ports to vlans ? tagged or untagged ?
varadan
Occasional Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

Hi,

I haven't configured yet. I am new to Vlans and inter vlan routing.

This is the requirement given to me. It is in the planning stage. i am testing it in a simulator.

Kindly guide me the procedure.

Regards,
Varadan
Shadow13
Respected Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

Ok, for the port to be access on a vlan you need to untag it on that vlan.
#vlan ....
#untag

For the uplink ports between switches, they should be tagged under all the vlans that they are going to carry traffic for.

On the 2626 to enable routing just issue the command:
#ip routing

Shadow13
Respected Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

Is this a cisco switch or HP ???

there is no sim. for HP devices
varadan
Occasional Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

Hi,

Thanks for the update.

Your are right. Since there is no sim for HP, am trying the same setup with Cisco.

If the down stream switches are not manageable, how we can pass the vlan info?

Thanks and regards,
Varadan
Shadow13
Respected Contributor

Re: help with vlan routing 2626

aha, let me tell u that the access and trunk on cisco are configured different on HP so as i mentioned in my previous post follow the steps for HP.

For Cisco it's different.