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PLACE A PHONE IN ITS VLAN WITH LLDP MED

Hello.

 

I am a beginner in configuring Aruba controllers. I have simple configurations.

 

I have to configure an Aruba controller 7010 and I want to make a rule so when I connect a computer to a wired port it has to be in VLAN 1, but when it is an IP Phone, it has to be placed in VLAN 20. I have configured such a rule in a Cisco switch, but I cannot achieve the same result with the Aruba controller 7010. I am using LLDP MED.

 

I have configured the next commands:

 

configure terminal

!

vlan 20

!

ap lldp med-network-policy-profile Voice20

application-type voice

tagged

l2-priority 7

vlan 20

dscp 46

!

ap lldp profile P_Voice20

lldp-med-network-policy-profile Voice20

!

ap wired-port-profile WP_Voice20

lldp-profile P_Voice20

!

interface gigabitethernet 0/0/10

lldp receive

lldp transmit

lldp med

!

exit

!

 

This is the configuration I have found in many sites, but the IP Phone does not place in VLAN 20.

 

I have some doubts:

 

  1. How does the controller know the profile has to be assigned to a specific port?
  2. Does it mind whether the port is trusted or untrusted?
  3. The main question: Why does not it work? Can anyone help me?

 

The AOS version is 6.5.0.0.

 

The IP Phone is connected to port 0/0/10

 

(Aruba7010) #show lldp neighbor interface gigabitethernet 0/0/10 detail

 

Interface: GE0/0/10, Number of neighbors: 1

------------------------------------------------------------

Chassis id: 192.168.92.50

Interface description: WAN PORT, ID: 00:15:65:46:13:61

Device MAC: 00:15:65:46:13:61

Last Update: Mon Aug  6 16:55:53 2018

Time to live: 180, Expires in: 140 Secs

System capabilities : Bridge, Router, Phone

Enabled capabilities: Bridge, Phone

System name: IPPHONE

System description:

 

IP Phone

 

Auto negotiation: Supported, Enabled

Autoneg capability:

  10Base-T, HD: yes, FD: yes

  100Base-T, HD: yes, FD: yes

Media attached unit type: 100BaseTXHD - 2 pair category 5 UTP, half duplex mode

(15)

LLDP-MED:

Device Type:  Communication Device Endpoint (Class III)

Capability:   LLDP-MED capabilities, Network policy, Extended power via MDI/PD,

Inventory

LLDP-MED Network Policy for: AppType: 1, Defined: no

  Descr:        Voice

  Layer 2 Priority: 0

  DSCP Value:   0

Extended Power-over-Ethernet:

  Power Type & Source: PD Device

  Power Source: PSE

  Power Priority: high

  Power Value:  4000

Inventory:

  Hardware Revision: 5.0.0.61

  Software Revision: 7.70.0.140

  Firmware Revision: 7.70.0.140

  Serial Number: 01565461361

  Manufacturer: Yealink

  Model:        SIP-T22P

 

 

In the previous show command I have seen that LLDP-MED Network Policy is not defined, and the Layer 2 Priority and DSCP values are 0. I have seen other samples that respond that the LLDP-MED Network Policy is defined, and the Layer 2 Priority and DSCP values are the ones configured previously.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

Alejandro

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