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HP Procurve Static routes

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Hi Guys,

I have a HP Procurve Swith, i can do routing on that ..

However the routing is disabled between the VLANs.

Now i have to add few static routes on perticular VLAN

how can i do that????

regards
Naren
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Those links didnt help me :(
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I dont want to use the static routes on all VLANs
Just only one 1 VLAN

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On some Cisco 3750's, I've noticed the routing between vlans doesn't take place (with IP's on the vlan interface) unless there's actually an ACTIVE device on the vlans in question.  Do you have active machines plugged into each vlan you're trying to route between?
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If you enable routing, the routing process will route pacets between all Vlans, that you have asigned an IP-adress in the running config.
Vlan's without an IP is not participating in routing.
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