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HP ProCurve 2910al-24G VLAN configuration issues\questions

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Howdy,
We have a new 2910al-24g that I am attempting to get up and running. The plan is to break up the ports into several VLANs, that are all unable to communicate with each other, but can reach the primary vlan which will feed into our internet router (Untangle). Since the internet router does not handle VLANs well I want the routing to be handled by the switch.
I have never setup VLANs on an HP before (only a couple times on Cisco) and am running into a couple issues.
1. Devices on the different vlans can ping the static IPs of the different vlans. If possible I would like to prevent all traffic completely unless it is going to the primary vlan to reach the router.
2. From all VLANs (except the primary) I cannot ping the static IP assigned to the primary vlan (10.254.254.253).

I have attached the config if anyone could assist or point me in the right direction.

Thanks!
Alan
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Nevermind, I was able to figure out the ACLs needed to get this working.
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