Several users have noticed that one phone in particular can be heard faintly in other earpieces. The local side of an off-net call is heard on some other phones. It sounds like bleed over on an analog phone line. I haven't found anything discussing bleed from one IP phone to another.
My 2811 is connected to a cisco 2924 switch, which is uplinked to a Linksys 24x1000BT switch. The phones are connected to the Linksys.
I'm having an issue setting up inter-VLAN routing on the 2924, which may be related to this issue.
As a test, I will move the 2811 into the Linksys and bypass the 2924.
I have (2) 4-port FXO cards in my router, each connected to an individual POTS line. I will have to monitor now to see if the crosstalk is noticeable when I'm on an off-net call and hear another IP phone that is also on an off-net call.
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Phone Models 802.1X support? 802.1x flavor Addtl Comment EAP-MD5 EAP-TLS
Cisco 3905 Y Y N Cisco 6911 Y Y N Cisco ...