What is the configuration for a 3524 and a 2610 in a small lab setup. There are two servers, a publisher and a subscriber connected to the switch via 0/1 and 0/2 respectively. There are three 7960s connected to ports 0/3, 0/4 and 0/5. The 2610 router (one ethernet interface) is connected to 0/6. How can I configure the ports and interface to support a voice and data VLAN? The phones all work and I can ping the router (all interfaces) from the pubblisher and subscriber. I can ping all of the devices from the router except the switch. Below is what I have, as far as configuration, but I can't ping the switch from the router and visa versa. And, I can't make outside calls (through the router to the PSTN via FXO). Any ideas on what I'm missing? Is this even the right forum for this? Thanks.
Re: How to configure voice & data VLANs for a 3524?
hanks for the response. The interface VLAN 1 is up/up. I did a no shutdown on it, still no change. I did a show interface fast 0/6 switchport and it shows that the Native VLAN is 1 (active) and the interface is in vlan 1 and 172. Anything else that I might be missing, or that i can check? Thanks.
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