I am making a project of some hotel. And there will be near about 750 ip phones and 1000 analog phone that is going to connect with VG224.
I have all my links 1 giga bit port and Uplinks are fibers. I have created one vlan for my whole voice network and other vlan for data. And my question is that how many ip phones should be there in a single VLAN so that we can avoid broadcast ARP packets. And if there should be another vlan for voice than how can i make that. And what will be the benifits of that.
I dont believe we have any kind of best practice for maximum number of ip phone per vlan case.
But I think if you want you can create number of different voice vlans and divide phones in different vlans. Keep only one voice vlan per switch. So connecting 750 phone, you will have multiple switches and you can creat multiple voice vlans.
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That means If the CUCM that is the tftp server of all the ip phone will have different subnet does not create any problem. And one Question also I would like to ask for how many ip phone i can make my call manager as a DHCP server. It is basically an IBM server that can handel up to 3500 ip phones.
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