Does anyone know a way to turn on security on switch port to force it to inform the port to only allow assign a voice IP address to a Cisco IP phone and if it's a PC then it will only get a data IP address. Basically we don't want a user spoofing his PC to get a voice IP address. I know switchport voice vlan needs CDP, but I have an over paranoid security dept that know that CDP can be simulated by hacker to potentially get access to the voice subnet. Problem is I have a site with multiple VRF's in an MPLS environment and if someone gets access to voice subnet they get into trusted VRF from the protected VRF??
Another option might be to restrict the traffic on the voice VLAN to actual voice traffic via ACL. If you limit the protocols allowed on the VRF to RTP and SCCP (and possibly HTTP to the CUCM or other internal web server for Corp Dir access), you can eliminate an benifit to accessing the voice network.
I'm not able to access my old voice mail messages all of a sudden. The recording says something like 'the message is currently not available'. This has never happened before in all the years I have been using this system. I have t...