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Using HP1910 24G switch advanced features

Last Modified: 2015-03-11

I have recently bought an HP1910 24G switch..

I need to use it for the following scenario:

- port 2 is connected to our ISP, the ISP gave me a single IP address with access to internet (178.x.x.35/29) that if we set on any device and set its gateway to some other IP (178.x.x.33/29) it will have access to the internet. The ISP also provided the DNS settings with the gateway configuration.

- ports 3-24 will be connected to small devices that will do lots of traffic. The devices should have a range of IPs from ( subnet and have access to the internet through the port connected to the ISP.

- port 1 will be left as the management port with the default IP and it does not need connection to the internet or to be accessed by other 2 networks..

Is such setup possible using HP1910 considering it does have some basic level of routing? (static routes). Or is a router a must in this case?

Can such a setup be done using HP1910 CLI? (if yes please show how can it be done using CLI and how can it be done using web interface).

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