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HP Procurve 1810G-8

HP Procurve 1810G-8

(OP)
Hi,

I would like to config this switch in the folwoing way

on port 1 router is conntected, all ports from 2 to 7 should have access to port 1
but don`t speak with themselves. Moreover port 8 should be service port
with acces to all other ports - to connected laptop to it when necessery.
I have been fighting for whole and don`t have idea, how to do it?

RE: HP Procurve 1810G-8

Create 7 VLANs, assign each port from 2-8 as untagged each in a different VLAN, trunk all 7 VLANs to the router out port 1.
On the router configure access lists to prevent traffic between the ports as required.

RE: HP Procurve 1810G-8

(OP)
Just to summarize. I should create 7 VLANs on ports from 2 to port 8. When i set VLAN for port 2 it should be untaged, and rest of the ports excluded?
Next i made the same with the rest of the ports (from 3 to 8). What with vlan for port 1? How should it be set? (untaged and rest of ports excluded)?
After that trunk should be set and all VLAN should be membership with port 1? What about port 8? I would like to have access on all ports from it as from port 1.
Why you wrote that i should configure access list on router to prevent traffice beetwen ports? I want that switch will be able to prevent traffic beetwen ports throught VLAN.

RE: HP Procurve 1810G-8

Port 1 has all the VLANs tagged.

Port 8 is the same as the other ports.

The switch can't do that - you have to do it on the router.

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