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New to VLANs

Hi.  I'm new to VLAN networking.  I have an HP v1910-16g switch.  I have set up the device so that I can access the web management console.  

I'm looking to create a single VLAN which can communicate with my main network.  I'd like the VLAN subnet to be 10.10.10.x and it be able to communicate with subnet 192.168.5.x of the main network.

I know this is a very basic question, but how do I go about assigning the IP range to the VLAN and having it pass traffic to the gateway of the main network?  I've looked through the HP documentation but I don't see how to define the network routing...at least not in a way that I can understand it.

Can someone with experience with these switches advise?
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TimotiSt

8/22/2022 - Mon
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http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c02965327/c02965327.pdf Page 293 in the manual will cover the routing configuration
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