switch---> Voip Phone --> Pc
I have this kind of connectivity that a switch is connected to a voip phone ( cisco ) which in turn is connected to a pc.
Voip Phone acts like a switch. I have heard that switch is in suppose vlan 10. and switch port to voip phone is a trunk. so data traffic from pc will get mixed with the voip data if they are in same vlan . so what is done is a native vlan like vlan 20 is defined on switch. data from the pc will pass through voip phone to trunk port on switch to native vlan 20 and data from voip phone will pass through trunk to vlan 10 through switch to the rest of the network and data mixing and qos all are prevented..
This is the logic what i have studied in a video for this avove drwan setup.
My question is :
1.) If the above mentioned setup is correct than how can we put a switch like voip phone to a particular vlan like vlan 10?
2.) if the voip also has two ports and is a switch why we cant put the phone port in different vlan and pc port in different vlan.
Can any body explain me this setup in more detail, so that my points can become more clear?