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1234 Voice issue

1234 Voice issue

(OP)
I have an ADTRAN Netvanta 1234 and there are Avaya IP phones on this switch. We are getting an error that states:

Voice policy mismatch with AVX61070D on swx 0/1.
Local VLAN / CoS / DSCP: 10/5/46 (tagged)
Neighbor VLAN / CoS / DSCP: 10/6/46 (tagged)

Can someone point me in the right direction on what this means?

Thanks

SHK Certified (School of Hard Knocks)
NCSS, ATSP/IP

RE: 1234 Voice issue

I actually created an account to reply to this message for anyone else who has this issue. I was stumped for about 30 min trying to figure it out, but essentially this message means that there's a mismatch between the LLDP config of a local piece of hardware and the LLDP setting on your switch.

I was seeing this message when the LLDP (turned on) from my shoretel phones and the LLDP on my Netvanta Adtran 1238 PoE switch had LLDP turned on for tx/rx.

Once I disabled it on the switch, these error messages went away. From my understanding (and I may be mistaken) only one device needs it enabled.

Anyway, that's what this message means, spend some time in the LLDP section of your switch and you should be able to locate your problem.

Good luck!

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