our company is about to finally implement their first VoIP system.
We are using Cisco SB SG350X for LAN connectivity.
As far as I've learned, I have to decide wether to use Auto-Voice-VLAN with Auto-Smartports (AVV) or OUI-tables to use voice VLANs at all. Correct?
If I want to use AVV, phones need to support LLDP. If they don't, I have to use the OUI-table, right?
One further question:
Client PCs will be connected to phones and phones are connected to switches.
I've configured all switch ports to be trunk-ports.
For Catalyst-switches u can simply use the voice vlan command to configure the port. But SB is different.
Is there any need to allow a further VLAN on the trunk port or can I just leave like this?
interface GigabitEthernet1/0/1spanning-tree portfastswitchport mode trunk
The native VLAN for the clients is 1 and the voice VLAN should be detected by AVV, right?
Thanks for your help :)
You can try the below.
port which you connect the phone, voice vlan should be tagged and data vlan as untagged.
thanks for your reply :)
As VLAN 1 is always untagged and VLAN 1105 (my Voice VLAN) is automatically tagged at all ports (checked in in the UI), my config should be working :)
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