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CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP

CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP

CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP

Good morning folks,

Long story short, I am replacing a number of our access layer switches with some new Cisco 2960-X's at the moment, and figured this would be the time to (finally) utilized the "switchport voice access vlan xxx" command and use a single port for both voice and data, rather than have 2 separate ports to each user.

However, during testing -- I enabled LLDP and plugged in my phone, and it was dumped onto the data VLAN instead of voice VLAN. I went into the phone config, enabled voice VLAN and set the VLAN ID to be automatically detected. After rebooting the phone, everything worked perfectly -- data in data, voice in voice.

Now here is my situation -- I have a number of IP phones I'd like to do this to, but, I don't want to inconvenience the staff by resetting their phones, changing the config, etc.

Is there any way I can set the 2 aforementioned features en masse? I was thinking DHCP options, or SSHing to phones, etc. -- but unsure.


RE: CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP

configure your interface like this if you haven't then no need to touch the phone.
switchport access vlan x <--------- data vlan
switchport voice vlan y <--------- voice vlan

RE: CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP


Scope option 128
Nortel-i2004-A,<IP address TPS service 1>:4100,1,10;< IP address TPS service 2>:4100,1,10

RE: CS1K - 1120 - Voice VLAN/DHCP

BTW think that is

Scope option 128
VLAN-A:xxx xxx=Voice VLAN

Scope option 128
Nortel-i2004-A,<IP address TPS service 1>:4100,1,10;< IP address TPS service 2>:4100,1,10

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