I am trying to configure three 3560 switches with seperate VLANs for voice and data. Computers will be plugged into the IP Phones and the phones into the switches. I have gotten this to work using a single VLAN but i am told that it is not a good practive to have voice and data on 1 VLAN. Two of the 3560s are 40 port PoE and one is a 24 port non-POE. I am attatching a config of a 48 port POE as it stands now. Can anyone help?
And to add to the previous post, don't forget to enable qos.
in global configuration mode "mls qos"
mls qos trust cos
The PC traffic will be tagged by the phone with cos - 0 and tag voip traffic cos-5. The above command will instruct the switch to trust cos values coming from the phone port to the switch port, i.e data-0, voice-5. That is assuming you want all pc traffic to be marked with cos-0.
Thanks. Now another simple question. How do I create each VLAN and does each VLAN have to have its own ip address? and to allow the VLANs to talk to each other I have to do VLAN trunking on a router but nothing more than create the VLANS on the switches correct?
Then you must create a trunk connection to your router or use two seperate ethernet ports connected to each vlan. You must configure the IP address on each of your VLANS within the router so that you route between them.
If you are wishing to use a 802.1q trunk from the router on say interface fa0/0 then the commands would be similar to:
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