@hectorh wrote: ...we are creating a VLAN, but would like to set a dedicate gateway for it, without using the default gateway from the switch...
What does it mean?
When you create a VLAN id you can eventually assign to that VLAN id an IP Address...that IP Address is the gateway for that VLAN Id (and it is the Gateway address the hosts members of that VLAN id should use).
As JKLs says, 2530 is not a L3 switch, so you need an external device that performs vlan routing.
If you have a router, you can try a "router on a stick" deployment.
More info here:
Basically, vlans should be created on HPE switch and then you should set the uplink to the router as a trunk , then, configure the router physical interface using virtual interfaces and 802.1q (see the link above for a Cisco router configuration)
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