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VLAN HP Switch procurve

in this case I have HP Switch 2610-24 (J9085A)

Engineer Dept. using ( /16) port 1,2
Accountant Dept. using ( /16) port 3,4
IT Dept. using ( /16 ) port 7,8
Network Printer IP ( port 6

1. All the Dept. Can Print.
2. IT Dept. Can Access to all PCs. in all Dept.
3. Account Dept. can NOT access to Engineer Dept.

I need switch Configuration.  
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vlan 16
 name "eng"
 ip address
 untag 1,2
vlan 17
 name "account"
 ip address
 untag 3,4
vlan 20
 name "it"
 ip address
 untag 7,8
vlan 21
 name "print"
 ip address
 untag 6
ip routing
access-list extended "101" deny ip
access-list extended "101" permit ip any any
interface 3-4 access-group "101" in
write mem

Clients should have IP settings matching their vlan
with default-gateway=IP-address of switch in respective vlan.

for ACL refer to
(please be aware, netmasks in ACL's are 'reversed')

Hope this is helpfull
What configuration have you got so far?
where is your print server located?
Is this real world or a school assignment?
AymanDasaAuthor Commented:
YES !!!! THANKS jburgaard
AymanDasaAuthor Commented:
Dear evil_hitman

in real world I have 9 departments
Eng. (15 users) , constructor(21 users), IT(3 users), Finance(2 users), Auditor(3 users), Accountant(10 users), sales(13 users), HR (3 users) and purchasing(9 users) .
and I have 6 Network Printer HP 1500n
all in one building.

so I minimize the network to make it easy to understandable for other.

I need to know the concept of access-list ,then I well do it in my way

thanks for your interest.

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