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SRW224p-Voip-Static or dhcp?

SRW224p-Voip-Static or dhcp?

SRW224p-Voip-Static or dhcp?

We are running MPLS, 4 hub sites-,, etc..., SRW's at each site, multiple users printers...Our user/printer/server (static)IP configs are all over the place. All users are static, adn as you could imagine w/o a domain and control parameters, we get conflicts.  I would like to better segment the data/voip, but the data hangs off the voip phones, so I am wondering how to best manage this network.  Vlan servers? I would propose dhcp for a range off the SRW for users. Do I plug in a VLAN or just segment a port for a range and link that to another switch with all the users plugged in?  Thanks!

RE: SRW224p-Voip-Static or dhcp?

I can't advise you on where to go, but the Angry IP scanner (I use version 2.21, all columns and show only live) can show you where you are.


I tried to remain child-like, all I acheived was childish.

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