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Need 2 way communication on my Procurve VOIP Network

I have a Shoretel phone system and a 2 VLAN network 1 for data 1 for voice.  We are using a Dell server as the ShoreWare server and HP Procurve switches.  I need to give this server in the VOIP VLAN internet access but do not want to pass inter-VLAN traffic upstream to the router as it would overload it.  I need to be able to setup the Procurve with another default gateway for its secondary IP on the VOIP subnet/VLAN OR have it route traffic to the router using the IP addresses of the default network.  Either solution would be fine with me, problem is that the Procurve doesn't appear to be able to do either from my attempts.  Thanks.

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Istvan KalmarSenior Network EngineerCommented:
What type of switch do you have?
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ChocolateRainAuthor Commented:
Procurve 3500yl-48G.
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Istvan KalmarSenior Network EngineerCommented:
ok it is able to act as a L3 switch:
put this line to the config
ip routing
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ChocolateRainAuthor Commented:
Ok, I did that and then tried to ping out or pathping or traceroute out of the server in the VOIP VLAN to no avail.  It didn't get any further than it did before the "ip routing" statement.

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jburgaardCommented:
Could you please give output from
show run (dgw should match IP of router)

and also please
dgw and netmask of clients in data-vlan (should match sw's IP and netmask for data-vlan )
dgw, netmask of clients in voice-vlan (should match sw's IP and netmask for voice-vlan )
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ChocolateRainAuthor Commented:
I plugged the server into another port on the switch and everything worked fine.  For some reason port #41 will not communicate inter-VLAN traffic if this or any other computer is plugged into it.  

I knew it couldn't be a 'legitimate' problem I have too many hours of experience in this to make some type of simple error.

Nothing in the "Show Tech" command (the HP command that gives you a exhaustive list of everything you would need to know about the switch and is pages upon pages long) leads me to believe that this port is configured any different than any other port that is configured the same way which is the majority of ports on the switch.  For this lack of reason I'm going to blow out this switches configuration after hours and rebuild it from scratch.

Thanks for your help.

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