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Set up HP V1910 switch with IP address not on default VLAN

Posted on 2015-02-24
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I wish to set up a V1910 switch with its management IP address on VLAN3 and not the default VLAN1. I cannot see how to do this. The switch is insisting on having an IP on VLAN1. I dont have this problem with the HP 25XX range
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According to the switch manual, CLI does not support all the possible commands, so you should use CLI to get the switch reachable, then do the changes through the Web interface.

Once you have the Web-interface working (on Vlan 1):
* Create Vlan 3, and put one of the switch interfaces in Vlan 3
* Create interface Vlan 3, with the correct IP address.
* Connect your computer to the switch interface in Vlan 3, and connect to the Vlan 3 IP address.
* Change the Vlan 1 interface to no IP and admin down.

This should do the trick.
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Many thanks will give that a try
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for techies123's comment #a40632585

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Thanks
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I assume finger-trouble caused the request to close the question by accepting #a40632585 as a solution?  I would like to object to that - Either my comment (#a40630008) solved it, or I expect to see some comment on why it didn't work (and perhaps that comment can be accepted as the solution).

Here is an article related to closing questions, if you need it.
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