I have a 16 Port Black Box switch running 2 VLANs. Switch is setup to administer on VLAN 1 (default) at 192.168.1.52 (255.255.255.0.). Ports are as followed:
- Ports 1 - 10: VLAN 1 (Untagged) PVID 1
- Ports 11 & 12: VLAN 2 (Untagged) PVID 2
- Ports 13 - 15: VLAN 1 (Untagged) PVID 1
- Port 16: TRUNK (Tagged) PVID 1
VLAN 1 Addresses are handed out through DHCP and all machines are talking to each other.
VLAN 2 are 2 computers just setup to talk to themselves and manually addressed 192.168.2.100 & 192.168.2.101 Respectively.
I am having a problem with VLAN 2 where the computers cannot ping or access each other even though they are addressed the same and the ports on the switch are set to VLAN 2. The switch configuration only has the VLANs setup as above as the only alteration of the default configuration. I have tired adding the configuration to this post but the system is not allowing me to add a file or copy it in as it is too big.
I am confused as to why they will not talk to each other. I have the VLAN configured correctly as I understand VLANs. What am I missing?
EDIT: Port security is disabled.
EDIT: When I ping from one machine to the other it says "Request Timed Out". That normally means it knows its there but can't send data.