- Cisco 2811 ISR
- Linksys SFE2000P
- Cisco 7940 IP Phone
I have created 3 VLANs for this setup
VLAN 2 - Voice
VLAN 3 - Data
VLAN 10 - Management
The Cisco 2811 ISR connects to the SFE2000P via the FA0/0 port. Subinterface has been created on the cisco router and trunk interface configured on the linksys switch.
I have also created two DHCP pool for my setup. Voice network offering 10.x.x.x address and Data network offering 192.168.x.x addresses.
If I configure the switchports on the SFE2000P as an Access only port, the setup works prefectly. Configured switchport for Access only PVID set as 3, the laptop that I plug into the switchport is able to get a data ip address range. This also works for a phone if I set the PVID as 2.
However my aim is to be able to run 2 VLAN on 1 switchport, so I can utilise the the PC Port at the back of the phone. Can someone please help if I should tagged or untagged whichever VLANs and set the PVID to which VLAN.
I have configured it as VLAN 2 tagged and VLAN 3 untagged and set PVID to 3. Switchport mode is General however both my PC and Phone are getting the 192.168.x.x address which is not what I want.