I'm trying to get some insights into the capabilities of running LLDP-MED between a Cisco phone and a Nortel switch. I know 8.3.3 firmware will support LLDP-MED but don't know of any actual deployments.
The most important aspect is whether the Cisco phone will dynamically land on a Voice VLAN on the Nortel Switch (similar to how CDP works).
This is an old post but since the subject is rare I thought I'd answer it.
We've had success getting Cisco IP Phones work on a stack of Nortel/Avaya ERS5520 software version 6.2 using LLDP-MED. The Cisco phones dynamically get their voice vlan id through LLDP-MED and do their DHCP request on the correct vlan.
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