VLAN ID Name | Status Voice Jumbo Mode
------- -------------------- + ---------- ----- ----- --------
1 DEFAULT_VLAN | Port-based No No Untagged
200 VoIP | Port-based No No Tagged
300 Usuarios | Port-based No No Tagged
500 Seguridad | Port-based No No Tagged
800 DGA | Port-based No No Tagged
999 MNGMNT | Port-based No No Tagged
so you are allowing VLAN 1 (Untagged) and all others (Tagged) and there is a perfect match between peer ports.I can't say nothing about the uplink to the Cisco SG200-26 switch since it is connected via HBW-HQ-SW-01 port 9 which is (along with port 8) an untagged member of VLAN 800 "DGA" only (with No SVI) and nothing else.The fact hosts in different VLANs can't ping each others looks extremely strange (have you triple checked that access ports have the correct access VLAN configuration? have you triple checked OS Firewall blocking ICMP?).Another point would be to investigate the Spanning Tree as a side task (it appears enabled but with no particular configuration, such as spanning tree protocol, priority, bpdu-filtering and admin-edge settings just to name a few).To diagnose DHCP I would start by disabling those various DHCP snooping related settings to start plain.
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