Can someone point me in the right direction with regards IP Addressing and IP Telephony? Scenario: IP Device (PC) attached to an IP Phone attached to a Catalyst Switch. Question. Do I have two IP and MAC addresses assigned to a single port on the Switch and how can I distinguish which one is the Phone or the PC? A URL explaining would be useful if possible.
Re: IP Addressing with IP Phones and attached PC's
When you daisy chain a pc off the IP phone switch, the phone's connection back to the switch is a 802.1q trunk, therefore the pc is on one subnet and the phone is on another. When you configure the port you enable trunking and set the native vlan # (data) and voice vlan #
this should get you started in the right direction
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