4 Buildings all interconnected by Fiber in 1 LAN. 4 Vlans - Data (Default Vlan), Voice 1, Voice 2, and Guest. The vendor doing phones reccomended 2 Voice Gateways for their installation thus requiring 2 seperate Voice Vlans.
Building A and B are on Voice 1
Building C and D are on Voice 2
Building A has Gateway 1 which runs on Voice 1 (Vlan 52)
Building C has Gateway 2 which runs on Voice 2 (Vlan 53)
Building A/B/C are all working great. The switches in Building D for some reason keep wanting to use Vlan 52 (Voice for Building A/B) in it's configuration even though I set the Voice Vlan to 53. So If I disabled the Auto Voice Vlan the phones get no LLDP settings and do not work at all.
Is anyway I can configure the switch to use Vlan 53 as the primary voice vlan? My other option is to configure my DHCP with all the options but since its working on 5 out of 7 switches I'd like to get these other 2 switches working also.
Or is there a way I can disable it but keep LLDP so I do not have to configure the DHCP settings? If not I will just disable.
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