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VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

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  • 1.  VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 06, 2022 02:05 PM
    Good morning. I've configured the voice VLAN on several 2930f switches and created a device-identity, device-profile and associated the identity to the profile and enabled it. The issue is when I connect the new YEALINK SIP-T54W phone the device doesn't become part of the VLAN 100 (voice).

    device-identity name "YEALINK SIP-T54W"
    lldp oui 805e0c sub-type 1
    exit
    device-profile name "Yealink Desk Phone"
    tagged-vlan 100
    allow-jumbo-frames
    exit
    device-profile device-type "YEALINK SIP-T54W"
    associate "Yealink Desk Phone"
    enable
    exit

    We are using a CISCO Meraki for the VLAN 100 DHCP.

    Thank in advance,
    jw


  • 2.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 07, 2022 02:56 AM
    Please check the output of "show device-profile status" to check if device profile is applied and if so, is the phone sending tagged DHCP packet ? capture the packets and verify it.

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    Shobana
    Aruba
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  • 3.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 07, 2022 08:55 AM

    Thank you. I found the answer using Wireshark and using the Sys-Name.

     

    Much appreciated.

     

     

     

     

    James Walz

    Network Administrator

     

    Office:  

    717‑632‑8240, 3131

    Mobile: 

    (717) 873-5031

    jwalz@conewago.com

    www.conewago.com

     

     

     






  • 4.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 08, 2022 07:56 AM
    I've used Wireshark and captured the packets. I see its being assigned to VLAN 100 Voice tagged and not being assigned an IP address in the vlan.

    Thanought?


  • 5.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Jul 07, 2022 05:51 AM

    You need to check if your YEALINK SIP-T54W phone is really sending an Organizationally Specific TLV which you configured to match on using the following command: "lldp oui 805e0c sub-type 1".

    There are not much devices that send those TLVs. So best to check if you mirror the port to a PC and capture the LLDP traffic using Wireshark.

    If your phone is not sending this YEALINK specific TLV there may be other solutions to fit your needs like:

    • - Match on LLDP  System Name (type 5)
      - Match on LLDP System Description (type 6)
      -
      Match on LLDP-MED existence (lldp oui 0012bb sub-type 1)




  • 6.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 07, 2022 08:54 AM

    Thank you for your reply. I think I've got it now using the Sys-name.

     

    Much appreciated.

     

     

     

     

    James Walz

    Network Administrator

     

    Office:  

    717‑632‑8240, 3131

    Mobile: 

    (717) 873-5031

    jwalz@conewago.com

    www.conewago.com

     

     

     






  • 7.  RE: VOICE VLAN - device-identity and device-profile association

    Posted Jul 07, 2022 10:49 AM
    I changed the device-identity to use the Sys-name type 5, and the device does show up when I use show device-profile status. But the device(s) are not being added to the VLAN 100. I can manually tag each port and each are assigned an IP in the VLAN 10 range I set.

    Any ideas?
    Than in advance, jw

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    James Walz
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