Need some kind of general explanation on how to configure VLANs on HP Procurve.
Need to have two Lan segments:
1. For computers.
2. For IP phones
And there should be 2 ports (port 1 and 2) capable to deal with both segments. Going to connect DHCP server and router onto these ports.
Procurve allows you to switch each port into 3 states within selected VLAN:
3. Excluded from selected VLAN.
By default there is a default VLAN1 with all ports untagged.
So I need to have
Port 1 and 2 communicating with all the ports across both VLANs.
Ports 3-24 joined to VLAN1 and communicating with ports 1-24
Ports 25-48 joined to VLAN2 and communicating with ports 1, 2, 25-48
I know it is possible on my old Nortel switch, but don't understand which states should I assign to ports within VLANs on Procurve to make it possible.
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