Vlan's and Routing

Hello,
I have a Dlink DSR-500 that I've setup with 2 vlans.  I can ping the gateway of each vlan from the main network.  I need to know what I'm missing is able to ping the devices on the 2 vlans.  I have setup the vlan on the switch that I'm using for this test (prior production)
vlan1 10.181.82.0/24
vlan 10 10.181.85.0 /24 (VoIP)
vlan 20 10.181.86.0/24

I think its something with static routing but not too sure.

Thanks
cirschickAsked:
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Farooq567Commented:
Have you configured the gateways on host devices ? and also check the software firewall on the hosts .
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cirschickAuthor Commented:
the host device has the default gateway on vlan20 -192.168.10.1 (using dhcp)
I have 2 pc
PC - DHCP on vlan1 (10.181.82.10/24 GW:10.181.82.3
PC 2 DHCP on vlan20 (192.168.10.10/25 GW: 192.168.10.1)

I can ping the default vlan ip of 10.181.82.3 from 192.168.10.1
I created a static route - destination: 10.181.82.0/24  GW: 192.168.10.1 Vlan20 Metic: 10
Disabled the windows firewalls - Yes
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ElvorfinCommented:
Let me see if I've got this straight.

Vlan 1 is you uplink from the DSR-500 and is on subnet 10.181.82.0/24 and is what you are caling your "main network" and the DSR WAN port is configured as 10.181.82.3
Vlan 10 is a VoIP VLAN on subnet 10.181.85.0/24
Vlan 20 is a data VLAN on subnet 10.181.86.0/24

You have a PC on VLAN 1 on subnet 10.181.82.0/24

What I would suggest the problem here is that you have configures PC2 on the 192.168.19.0/24 subnet. This subnet is not visible from the DSR-500 as none of the VLANs are on that subnet. What i would suggest is that you configure the NIC on PC2 to an address on the VLAN 20 subnet. I would also remove the VLAN20 tag from the NIC as well as this will "tag" the packet with a VLAN ID which you don't require for this scenario. The VLAN ID is used on interswitch trunks so the receiving switch knows what VLAN to forward the port on.
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