where L2QVLAN = 130 is the dedicated vlan for IP phones i.e vlan 130.
Issue is that on every boot IP phones could only pick IP from access vlan 60 but not from voice vlan 130. Please suggest if we have to do any extra config in our switching environment in order to make Avaya IP phones pick IP from VLAN 130. We want to connect the Workstations Via IP phones and we do not want to Dot1q trunking on every switch port.
'show cdp neighbor detail' will list whether the CDP nodes are advertising v2. We had the same problem with some Mitel IP phones, but then we checked the CDP version. CDP v1 does not advertise Voice VLAN information for the IP phone.
See my original reply above for info on how I'm configuring Avaya phones and Cisco switches and routers. Your switch interface config is different to mine (trunk v access) - we originally started with trunk mode on the ports, but switched over to access mode due to various issues (which I now can't recall...).
I do the DHCP on the router, not on the switches. DHCP for the voice VLAN is on the router, and DHCP for the data VLAN is on the local file server.
The Avaya phones will initially connect to the network using the Data VLAN (in your case VLAN 1). As you have no other information in your DHCP scope, the Avaya phone will not know which VLAN to switch to from there, so it will likely stay on the data VLAN. Dunno whether that's your problem.
You can hard-code the VLAN into the Avaya phones, so they boot into VLAN 5 straight away.
As a first step, put the DHCP scope for the voice VLAN on the router, and make sure the router has an interface on that VLAN (SVI or otherwise), and add the additional DHCP options (as I have them above) to the scopes (both the data and voice VLAN scopes), and re-test.
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