I'm struggling to get a basic VLAN working across my equipment an HP V1910 switch and a SonicWall 3600 router.
Here is what I have:
VLAN 1 - Mgmt 192.168.10.x
VLAN 20 - Wireless 191.168.20.x
The following VLAN interfaces are defined on the HPV1910
VLAN 1 192.168.10.188
VLAN 20 192.168.20.188
Port #4 is my trunk to the Sonicwall
Port #4 is setup as: VLAN 1 [untagged], VLAN 20 [tagged], PVID 1, Link Type Trunk
Port #23 is my testing port. I have a Windows 7 machine plugged into it with a static IP of 192.168.20.150
Port #23 is setup as: VLAN 20 [tagged], VLAN 20
What I want to happen is that the Win7 box on Port 23 gets VLAN 20 assigned via port #23's PVID, and that traffic then sent to the SonicWall via port #4's trunk.
Some pictures of the HP setups:
My interfaces on the SonicWall are as follows:
X0 - Zone LAN 192.168.10.199
X1 - Zone WAN --our public ip--
X7:V20 - Zone WIFI-LAN 192.168.20.199
The WIFI-LAN zone is setup as a trusted interface. Because of this the SonicWall auto-added routing between the LAN and the WIFI-LAN zones.
What do I set as the gateway on the Windows 7 computer? The Win7 box cannot ping the vlan interface 192.168.20.199 on the Sonicwall or any other machine on the .10 subnet.
Any thoughts on where I have this setup wrong, or what information I can provide to fix it?