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In the configuration above, I already configure VLAN10, VLAN20 and VLAN30. Question, how to configure routing between VLAN? like VLAN10 can also access to VLAN20 and VLAN30 back and forth?


  • Also, after creating VLAN20 and VLAN30, computers that are connected on these VLAN's doesn't have IP address
    – aimbots
    Jan 11 '18 at 0:56
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    – Ron Maupin
    Apr 1 '18 at 19:36

I checked the user guide and nowhere does it mention inter-vlan routing: https://www.manualagent.com/hp/1920-24g-switch/users-manual/download

From the following link (1920-48g) https://www.reddit.com/r/networking/comments/62cs27/inter_vlan_routing_for_hpe_192048g/

"Short of the story is, you don't need routes. Just create the two VLANs that you want, both with IP addresses in separate subnets, and you will be able to ping each other."

  • Thank you for the reply. Yes, I just created VLANs with both with IP address in separate subnets just like in the photo above. The problem is VLAN10 cannot see pc connected on VLAN20. And BTW, I put another DSL router on VLAN20 with ip address of as gateway, then the pc that are assign to VLAN20 gets the ip address of gw: And still can't communicate on each VLAN
    – aimbots
    Jan 11 '18 at 0:51
  • I updated my post. After creating VLAN20 and VLAN30, computers that are connected on these VLAN's doesn't have IP address
    – aimbots
    Jan 11 '18 at 0:56
  • @aimbots issue could be firmware, on the following link for example they had to downgrade firmware to get routing working community.hpe.com/t5/Web-and-Unmanaged/…
    – DRP
    Jan 11 '18 at 1:17
  • I hope firmware downgrade would work
    – aimbots
    Jan 12 '18 at 1:25
  • @aimbots what do you mean? did you test it out already?
    – DRP
    Jan 12 '18 at 2:17

You'll need a router with an interface in each VLAN, for example 192.168.x.1, which then provides routing between the subnets. All hosts then needs to be assigned that IP as the default gateway. The router also needs to have a default route pointing at the DSL router. You could do this as "router-on-a-stick" internally in the switch, and from what I've read the 1920 should be able to do routing, provided you have a limited amount of routes and they are static.

  • 1
    The 19xx series are L3 switches.
    – Zac67
    Jan 10 '18 at 18:08

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