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voice and data vlans

Hi Experts

I am new to voice need assistance

My scenario

I have a HP3500 curve in production

it has port 10 defined in data vlan 301 and

         port 12 defined in voice vlan 310

so i connected port 10 on HP 3500- port 1 on cisco 3650 switch

                      port 12 on HP 3500 - port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

what configuration is required on port 1 and port 2 on cisco 3650 switch

and the configuration on rest of the ports where the pcs or ip phones will go.

Thanks

Asif

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New Member

Re: voice and data vlans

Set your port 1 to access vlan 301

Set your port 2 to access vlan 310

Set every other port to access vlan 301 and have a voice vlan of 310

That should look like:

int fa0/1

description Data VLAN uplink

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 301

int fa0/2

description Voice VLAn uplink

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 310

int range fa0/3 - 48

description User Access Ports

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 301

switchport voice vlan 310

Hope this helps

Rick

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New Member

Re: voice and data vlans

Set your port 1 to access vlan 301

Set your port 2 to access vlan 310

Set every other port to access vlan 301 and have a voice vlan of 310

That should look like:

int fa0/1

description Data VLAN uplink

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 301

int fa0/2

description Voice VLAn uplink

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 310

int range fa0/3 - 48

description User Access Ports

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 301

switchport voice vlan 310

Hope this helps

Rick

New Member

Re: voice and data vlans

Thanks that explains very clearly

a quick question

i have 3650 with gig ports then this should be

int gig0/1 or the fa0/1 can also be used

Thanks

Asif

New Member

Re: voice and data vlans

Yeah, if it's a 3560G switch use G0/x instead of Fa0/x

Rick

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