I have been tearing my hair out on this issue for 2 days, any help would be appreciated.
We have a normal network and a Cisco SGE2010P switch - a 48 port PoE switch
There are two VLANs, 1(data) & 50(VoIP). When Polycoms are connected to the switch with VLAN 50 hard coded in the config they grab a DHCP address from VLAN 1, the PVID for the switch port.
The ports have membership in VLAN 1 as the PVID and VLAN 50 as tagged traffic. I know the VoIP DHCP server is working because if I change a port to have a PVID of 50 any device gets the address from the VoIP DHCP server.
I have tried the ports as 'general' and 'trunk' with no success.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, I don't have much hair left!
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