I am working on creating a voice vlan for our Cisco WLC that I have had setup and working well the past few years. We currently have some wirless 8821 phones and I want to create a separate vlan for this. Currently they are running on a layer 2 vlan but are having some voice collisions with the data on the wireless I beleive.
I have found some good documentation on aetting up the Layer 3 for this, but have a question on the IP's for the Layer 3. In the example below for the layer 3 setup, What is the IP address refering to? Is this the switch IP or is this a static IP that I assign it to use on the port? Also, for the IP helper IP address what is this referring to? Would this be the same IP that I have already setup on the WLC?
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Here is the example that I have.
1- Create the Layer 2 VLAN for Voice.
w-5760-3#conf t w-5760-3(config)#vlan 100 w-5760-3(config-vlan)#name VoiceVLAN w-5760-3(config-vlan)#end w-5760-3#write mem
2- Create the Layer 3 interface for the voice VLAN. w-5760-3(config)#interface vlan 100 w-5760-3(config-if)#no shut w-5760-3(config-if)#ip address 10.1.1.20 255.255.255.0
w-5760-3(config-if)#description Voice VLAN
w-5760-3(config-if)#ip helper-address 10.1.1.2 w-5760-3(config-if)#end w-5760-3#write mem
3- Add Vlan 100 on the uplink trunk connecting the WLC with the network