Haven't seen one with just 2 ports.
Try it this way. Should work unless the Procurve is dead.
Internet -> ISP router -> Switch uplink port.
Connect your AP and gear to the Procurve ports.
Remember that the HP Procurve 2510-24 is a "Managed Ethernet Switch" so you need to go get it's management software to configure as you see fit. This is NOT AUTOMATIC and DOES NOT WORK INSTANTLY as your common unmanaged switches do.
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c02620067 has the drivers, apps and more.
Hello everyone, my landlord got a new isp, and I noticed he had a switch picking dust in the storage. He had some weird configuration using several older routers, from previous isp’s I presume, and now nothing is working. I hoped to arrange a new home network using switch and other routers as access points.
The schematics is as follows:
Internet connects to the isp router with two ports. One port leads to a switch, and another leads directly to an access point. Switch itself will be connected to 3 other access points.
Switch is Procurve 2510-24.
Now, physical setup is easy and already done. I would welcome any guidance and advices as to how to setup the actual network with the ip addresses, and wether it is possible to have several ssid’s.
Feel free to ask anything left for me to clarify, I am an amateur when it comes to networking.
P.S. I tried to upload network schematics drawing but for some reason I can’t, maybe cause I am on iPad now. Hope you can see it
Thank you everyone. Kind Regards