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newbies in VLAN procurve 2626

mab
Occasional Visitor

newbies in VLAN procurve 2626


I am compleate newbies
I have a procurve 2626 and want to give access to 2 network segment.
The IP of my 2626 is 172.20.1.254/24 and want to access
segment1 10.1.1.0/24
segment2 192.168.1.0/24
Is it possible without router?
I heared about VLAN but dont know how and even do not know what TAGGED and UNTAGGED means
What will be the gateway of 10.1.1 range and 192.68 range?
I hope some one can help me
Thanks
2 REPLIES
Matt Hobbs
Honored Contributor

Re: newbies in VLAN procurve 2626

If you enable 'ip routing' on the 2626 this is possible without the need for an external router.

For the gateways of the other networks, on the 2626 you will need to set 2 more vlans and give them an IP address in that range. So for 10.1.1.0/24, you would probably give it the IP address 10.1.1.1 or .254.

The commands below will create 3 VLANs, VLAN 1 will be ports 1-8, VLAN 2 = 9-17, VLAN 3 = 18-26. The default gateways for each network are as specified below.

2626# conf
2626(config)# ip routing
2626(config)# vlan 1
2626(vlan-1)# ip address 172.20.1.254/24
2626(vlan-1)# vlan 2
2626(vlan-2)# ip address 10.1.1.254/24
2626(vlan-2)# untagged 9-17
2626(vlan-2)# vlan 3
2626(vlan-3)# ip address 192.168.1.254/24
2626(vlan-3)# untagged 18-26
2626(vlan-3)# write mem

Tagging is used for when you need to allow more than one VLAN on a physical link.

mab
Occasional Visitor

Re: newbies in VLAN procurve 2626

Thanks.
I tried your config but when I added VLAN 2 and untagged 9-17 my connection was gone. VLAN 1 has all untagged.
Thanks again for helping.