HP Procurve routing config

Running version W.15.14.0012 on HP Procurve 2910 al's, 3 of them.  Have 4 VLANS.  I want three of the four to have access to each other.  Thinking RIP may be the simplest but honestly never used it.  Looking for some instruction on what needs to be setup as the HP docs are a bit vague, especially on interface config.  Do I need specific configs on the VLAN int for each VLAN I want communicating?  Sample config below of what I think needs to be done.

vlan 100
   name ""
   untagged 6,12,14,20
   tagged 18,Trk1-Trk2
   ip address 192.168.x.x 255.255.255.192
   ip rip 192.168.x.x (same ipa as above line)
   exit
vlan 200
   name ""
   untagged 1-3,7,15
   ip address 192.168.x.x 255.255.255.240
   ip rip 192.168.x.x (same IPA as above line)
   exit
vlan 300
   name ""
   untagged 4,8-11,13
   ip address 192.168.x.x 255.255.255.240
   ip rip 192.168.x.x  (same IPA as above line)
   exit
vlan 500
   name ""
   untagged 16-18
   tagged Trk1-Trk2
   ip address 192.168.xxx.x 255.255.255.0
   exit
akdaleAsked:
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
If all the VLANs exist on one of the switches, no routing protocol is required. Just enable "IP routing" and assign an IP address to each of the VLANs.

I don't see it above, but if you don't have IP routing enabled, add the command "ip routing" to your config.
akdaleAuthor Commented:
VLANS exist on 3 switches.  Need clients on switches 2 and 3 that are in VLAN 200 to get to server on VLAN 100 on switch 1.  Switches are connected over trunks with VLAN tagging enabled.
Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
As long as all the VLANs exist on one switch and that switch in the default gateway for the VLANs, then you're all set.
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artyom39Commented:
If a single core is directly connected to networks, you do not need to use any dynamic routing protocols, because directly connected networks have better administrative distance and in this case is a preferred route. Take out rip and use just default gateway.
akdaleAuthor Commented:
That's what I was originally thinking.  If I enable ip routing globally, directly connected networks will have access to each other.  I want other VLANS to be isolated.
Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
If I enable ip routing globally, directly connected networks will have access to each other.
Correct.
I want other VLANS to be isolated.
If you don't want any of the VLANs to be able to communicate with each other, just remove the IP routing command.
If you need some VLANs to communicate with each other, you'll need to use access control lists (ACLs).

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