Hi Ricardo –
I’m assuming you’re using Class C address space (24 bit subnet mask)? If that’s the case your IP addressing scheme doesn’t make sense. Why would PC2 on VLAN2 have a 192.168.10.24 address if the VLAN is 192.168.2.0/24?
Is it possible default route may be the default route for the switch?
Also, do you need to define routes between the VLANs on the switch? I’m not that familiar with the 5700 but I know that with regular Cisco switches, if the switch is doing routing, it needs to be running a routing protocol to learn routes or you need to define static routes between the VLANs.