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HP Switch problem

HP Switch problem

HP Switch problem

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I am having a problem vlanning betwen a HP 2424 M Switch and a 2600 Router. I have a ip address asigned to the default vlan and one assign to vlan 2.  I only want 2 vlans set up with 1-11 ports set to vlan 1 and 11-22 ports set to vlan 2 but either I am not suppose to set the vlan 2 with its own ip address or my trunking is wrong.  I thought if you set your trunking on port 1 being where the router would be connected to and port 11 where my pc would be connected to which is also where I setup vlan 2 on. Using two workstation, one switch and one router.  And I am trying have contact betweeen the two workstations.  Does anyone know what my problem might be?  And is there is any information I can get to troubleshoot?

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