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HP v1910 Routing

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Hi Everyone

I have a HP v1910 which is meant to be capable of routing, unfortunately I can't get it to work. I have 2 VLANS each with seperate subnet, I have a device on each Subnet, but they're unable to ping or communicate with each other.

Another person had a similar problem with the same switch -

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Networking_Hardware/Switches/Q_27482832.html

The solution was to run

conf t
ip routing

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From the cli.. the problem is, none of these commands appear on my switch. All I have see is

  initialize  Delete the startup configuration file and reboot system
  ipsetup     Specify the IP address of the VLAN interface 1 
  password    Specify password of local user
  ping        Ping function 
  quit        Exit from current command view
  reboot      Reboot system
  summary     Display summary information of the device.
  upgrade     Upgrade the system boot file or the Boot ROM progra

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Can anybody advise?
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by:RKinsp
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Hello,

From CLI, you have to type in "system-view" to enable configuration mode.

You have to configure IPs on your VLANs for routing to work and enable routing.

Good luck,
RK
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Also, how are you connected to the switch? console cable?
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by:EVIL3
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Hi RKinsp

"system-view" does not work, I should also mention the HPv1910 are re-badged 3com switches. So its not the "standard" OS HP put into their pro-curve switches.

With regards to connectivity, I've tried both SSH and Console cable, both give the same mention options I outlined above.
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Yep, it is the 3com 2900. System-view is a 3com command, however the 2900 is CLI limited and most configurations are via web.

Can you access the web interface?
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Hi RKinsp,

I've been trying it via the web interface aswell.

I'm trying a very simple experiment with 1 switch and 2 PC's

Configured are

VLAN 1 - 192.168.0.142/24
VLAN 51 - 192.168.71.142/24

On VLAN 1 is PC1 with IP 192.168.0.111
On VLAN 51 is PC2 with IP 192.168.71.150

All I want to do is ping from PC1 to PC2... I've tried different combinations of Tagged and Untagged, yet still no joy.

I can ping the VLAN 51 IP (192.168.71.142) from PC1 if I setup a route on the PC (setting 192.168.0.142 as gateway).. but the same trick will not allow me to ping PC2.

Thanks
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doh!!

It does work - I had just configured the gateway incorrectly!

Thanks for your help.
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Thanks for your help.
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