Yes, I've read all the documents on the first link and the second link doesn't apply as the device powers up, it just doesn't connect. We have 2 VLANs here (one for voice and one for data (PCs) and from what I can tell, that's where my issue lies.
If you are only plugging in phones (and not PCs into phones and those phones into the SRW) then all you need to do is make the port you plug the SRW into on your 4506 an access port configured for your phone VLAN.
If however you are plugging your PC's into the phones, and those phones into the SRW, you will need to set up 802.1q Trunking between the SRW and the 4500.
Well, I tried setting up the two VLANs (100 and 200) but it didn't seem to make a difference. I certain it's something simple that I'm missing but I just can't put my finger on it. Besides setting up the VLAN IDs, what other information would I need to setup (Access wise and such) on the SRW?
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