Port with multi-vlan for voice and data??

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Jan 24th, 2008
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Hi guys,

I've a situation where my VOIP and DATA on a different segments. Voice is 10.x.x.x riding on VLAN 701. And my data is 192.x.x.x riding on VLAN 100.

The problem occur when our receptionist PC have a software installed for call forwarding for our general line. This software need to be on the same vlan with the IP Phone vlan which is 701. If I put her PC on those vlan, she can't access

to our LAN which is vlan 100. So she can't check her email etc.

Can I know what is the options I have? Can I configured multi-vlan for her PC on the switch? We are using Cisco PoE 3560 switch. Thanks.

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paolo bevilacqua Fri, 01/25/2008 - 05:09
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on the L3 switch, you should have an IP address for both VLAN 701 and 100. So, the L3 switch is doing inter-VLAN routing.

This means, unless you have ACL blocking traffic, any device will be able to reach any other device, even on a different VLAN.

And, no matter where you put voice and applications, everything will work anyway.


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