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HP 1920 moving ports to VLANS

 
Asim_Ali
Occasional Advisor

HP 1920 moving ports to VLANS

Hello

 

I just have my hands on HP 1920 we managed switch. Prior to that never had used web as managing switches, always been using CLI.

 

I take session through switch IP

I create VLANS on 1920.

Move all ports to a newly created VLAN (Including the port through which I have connected by pc to access the switch)

As the ports are moving to the new VLAN , i lose connection and never get back to the switch through its IP address using web as well as telnet.

 

But I move all other ports into the other VLAN, except the one,  so it works fine.

I think i am having lack of understanding of VLANS here.

But never had such experience previously, using telnet.

 

P.S IP address of the PC is of same subnet as of switch.

 

Thanks

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johnk3r
Respected Contributor

Re: HP 1920 moving ports to VLANS

Hi !

 

This switch model is a L2, then he will not do the routing Vlan.

If the switch has an IP address in VLAN 1 and you are connected to the VLAN 2, you will not be able to access the switch without having an L3 device that do the routing between Vlans.
 
 
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Asim_Ali
Occasional Advisor

Re: HP 1920 moving ports to VLANS

Both the switch and pc have IP address of the same subnet.

i-e 10.10.10.10 for switch

10.10.10.11 for pc

 

johnk3r
Respected Contributor

Re: HP 1920 moving ports to VLANS

What vlan in switch is associated with that IP (VLAN interface)?

Host is on which VLAN ??

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