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Telephony Organizational Unique Identifier (OUI) Interface Configuration on ESW2-350G Switches

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Objective

The Telephony OUI Interface page allows you to add an interface to the voice VLAN based on the OUI identifier. It is also used to configure OUI QoS mode on the voice VLAN. A the Telephone manufactures are less in number hence the OUI's are less so when a port is enabled with a Voice VLAN and a device is connected to the port the switch recognizes the kind of switch it is connected through the telephony OUI. This article explains how to add a Telephony OUI Interface to the voice VLAN on ESW2-350G Switches.

Note: For the configuration of a telephony OUI interface you may need to add a Telephony OUI. If necessary refer to article Telephony Organizational Unique Identifier (OUI) Configuration on ESW2-350G Switches.

Applicable Devices

• ESW2-350G
• ESW2-350G-DC

Software Version

• v1.2.9.44

Configuration of Telephony OUI Interface

Voice VLAN to Port/LAG

Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility to choose VLAN Management > Voice VLAN > Telephony OUI Interface. The Telephony OUI Interface page opens:

 

Step 2. Choose the type of interface from the Interface Type Equals to drop-down list to which kind of interface the telephony OUI need to configured to.

Step 3. Click Go to show only the particular interface type chosen in Step 2.

 

Step 4. Click the desired Interface and click Edit to configure an interface to be a port of the telephony OUI based voice VLAN. The Edit Interface Settings window appears.

Step 5. Click the interface from Port or LAG radio button and choose the port or LAG from respective drop-down list to which the configuration needs to be applied.

Step 6. Check the Enable check box in the Telephony OUI VLAN Membership field for port or LAG of telephony OUI based voice VLAN. The packets received if they match the interface which is configured in the telephony OUI, then that port or lag is included in the voice VLAN.

Step 7. The Voice VLAN QoS mode consists of two fields which allows QoS parameters to be assigned per port or LAG to voice packets.

• All — QoS parameters are used on all packets which are sorted to the voice VLAN.

• Telephony Source MAC Address — QoS parameters are used only on packets from IP phones.

Step 8. Click Apply.

Copy Configuration from Port/LAG to Multiple Ports/LAGs

Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility to choose VLAN Management > Voice VLAN > Telephony OUI Interface. The Telephony OUI Interface page opens:

Step 2. Click the radio button of the interface from which the configuration is to be copied.

Step 3. Click Copy Settings to copy the settings.

Step 4. Enter the interface names separated by commas to which you desire the interface configuration to be copied.

Step 5. Click Apply.

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