As the comments already pointed out - you need a router.
You said that you already set your routes - where did you set them to? You cannot just set the routing to any IP device and hope that this will forward your requests. The target point of a set route must be any kind of device that knows what to do with packets they get - this need not be a "...
Working link is not sufficient for working MAC level.
Consider different VLANs to be very similar to different cabling and a switch. So you need to have a proper (tagged) VLAN for both your computer and your switch port. But it's only an infinite (4096) number of possible VLANs. Then you need to convince your party to ask for your MAC address - so you need ...
No, you can't. You have set static IPs. A DHCP table will hold information about DHCP leases, which you aren't using for these.
They are most definitely considered "a real device" as is evidence by the fact you can ping them.
If you want them to show leases, you could perhaps look into using DHCP reservations for them instead - they would request ...
If you need routing on Windows Server, you can install RRAS. Using Powershell,
(reboot is needed)
If you need the Admin Tool for it (on the same server or somewhere else):
The routing component:
Then from Server Manager's tools, you can ...
In my case, I created two networks, both attached to the same interface.
This is really easy to do now a day, especially with the netplan setup:
And I use that a lot, all the time, everywhere.......
I have 10 2724's that I worked with in the past. The web interface was horrible and after suffering for 4 years I dumped them. Funny thing is, I bought 6248 dells and the backend web interface was not any better.
But I remember having an issue with the vlan and default lan and ability to tag the default. I came across that here. https://askshank.com/dell-...