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    V1910-48G

    I was just doing some work on one of these, I setup some vlans on them, but the ip forwarding between the vlans didn't seem to work, each vlan had a vlan interface with a suitable ip address but i couldn't get the switch to act as a router between the vlans. Is there a secret hidden enable ip forwarding option anywhere?

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    IP routing is disabled by default on HP switches. I actually can't find where to enable it in the web GUI (it may be there but I rarely use the web GUI), but in telnet you simply go into the configuration context and type ip routing. Alternatively it's in the telnet menu under Switch Configuration > IP Configuration.

    The model you have only does basic layer 3 routing; you can't set ACLs as far as I know, so it's all or nothing.
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    I cannot see how to enable it?

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    Take a look at the user guide (starting from page 256):
    http://bizsupport2.austin.hp.com/bc/.../c02965327.pdf

    (And yes, you can set inbound ACL for IPv4 and IPv6)

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    If i telnet to the "CORE" i can ping the other addresses on the VLANS but when i try a workstation and point it at the switches IP it wont route.

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    Has anyone tried setting up a trunk on one of these switches? if so did it work and how did you set it up? I have one of these and have tried setting up a trunk but I'm missing something I'm sure. Through gui port management>setup select ports and set link type to trunk. What am I missing? haven't used one of these types of switches before normally purchase fully managed procurves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicrosoftTechy View Post
    If i telnet to the "CORE" i can ping the other addresses on the VLANS but when i try a workstation and point it at the switches IP it wont route.

    i think ip routing is disabled somewhere.

    also check the acl i put in try removing that,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicrosoftTechy View Post
    If i telnet to the "CORE" i can ping the other addresses on the VLANS but when i try a workstation and point it at the switches IP it wont route.
    do the others do ip forwarding?

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