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voice and data vlans config

Hi Experts

I am new to voice need assistance

My scenario

I have a HP3500 curve in production

it has port 10 defined in data vlan 301 and

         port 12 defined in voice vlan 310

so i connected port 10 on HP 3500- port 1 on cisco 3650 switch

                      port 12 on HP 3500 - port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

what configuration is required on port 1 and port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

and the configuration on rest of the ports where the pcs or ip phones will go.

Thanks

Asif

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Re: voice and data vlans config

Hi,

What is the idea of connectingthe HP switch to the Cisco switch?  I want to assume that you want to extend the data and voice vlans using the cisco switch,  you need to make sure this are trunks and not access ports.   Access ports are to connect end user equipment and trunks to connect to another switch.  Also, make sure you cabling is correct, when connecting switch to switch most old systems need crossover cables.

Thanks,

Antonio

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Re: voice and data vlans config

Hi Experts

I am new to voice need assistance

My scenario

I have a HP3500 curve in production

it has port 10 defined in data vlan 301 and

         port 12 defined in voice vlan 310

so i connected port 10 on HP 3500- port 1 on cisco 3650 switch

                      port 12 on HP 3500 - port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

what configuration is required on port 1 and port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

and the configuration on rest of the ports where the pcs or ip phones will go.

Thanks

Asif

Asif,
Check out the below link for configuring voice vlan on switch for ip phones and for normal vlan configuration on switches also
Hope to Help !!
Ganesh.H
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Re: voice and data vlans config

Hi,

What is the idea of connectingthe HP switch to the Cisco switch?  I want to assume that you want to extend the data and voice vlans using the cisco switch,  you need to make sure this are trunks and not access ports.   Access ports are to connect end user equipment and trunks to connect to another switch.  Also, make sure you cabling is correct, when connecting switch to switch most old systems need crossover cables.

Thanks,

Antonio

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