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In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

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Re: In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

You should create a new user-role with the appropriate voice QoS tags and firewall restrictions.

You could also use the built-in voice role.

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Re: In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

Does the Default one work fine with Avaya phone using WPA2/PSK?

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Re: In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

Take a look at the ACLs that are configured in it. If the Avaya phone uses any of those protocols then you should be fine.

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Re: In voice deployment should I use initial role (LOGON) or (Authenticated)?

I used logon with cisco phone and it worked very well but in some cases you may need your own configs.

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