11-14-2019 05:22 PM
I have seen numerous posts that refer to this in some form but can't seem to find a straight answer. In my case I have a 2530 running 16.10. I know I can add the "voice" command under a VLAN configuration to identify it as a voice vlan as below.
no untagged 19
ip address dhcp-bootp
no ip address
But everything I have read so far basically says that voice command only has to do with QoS. I have also enabled both CDP and LLDP including MED/TLV. But what exactly is the configuration that causes LLDP to inform the attached phone that it is supposed to use tagged VLAN 100 for it's traffic. The documentation that I have says absolutely nothing about this but this is used so commonly in the VoIP world across numerous manufacturer's phones that I'm a bit flabbergasted it isn't more obvious.
If it isn't supported on the 2530 please let me know. Unfortunately I have made a mistake with the 2530 if that is the case. Then can somebody tell me what models, if any, would support voice VLAN info via LLDP.
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Re: Voice VLAN assignment via LLDP
11-20-2019 03:04 PM
for me, there is also the vlan tag number
What the voice phone do you have ?
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12-05-2019 09:04 AM
I'm going to answer my own question since we just deployed them in production at a customer site.
Yes it works. It is still a bit unclear what combination of factors makes it work but it basically should boil down to 3 things.
LLDP should be enabled. We actually added...
lldp top-change-notify 1-28
lldp enable-notification 1-28
but I doubt those are necessary to make this work.
The vlan configuration should include the voice parameter as shown below.
The vlan configuration should list the ports with phones as being tagged. This may include ports like those connecting another switch or router as well but for the ports with phones you would normally only have the data vlan untagged and the voice vlan tagged and no other vlans enabled.
I hope this helps anyone else that may run across this.