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HP2920 Tagged / Untagged

HP2920 Tagged / Untagged

HP2920 Tagged / Untagged

I have a new 2920 switch. I configured it as below. My question is for each VLAN do I need to tag / untag each port like I did in VLAN 3? I am very confused my this. I have VOIP phones (VLAN6) and the PC's get connected into the phone. My data VLAN is VLAN3
I am also connecting this switch to my HP 2920 Stack (4 Hp2920 in the stack). Right now I just went from 4/40 in the stack to port 43 in the new switch and people can connect to the network and the phone works.
vlan 1
no untagged 1-48
no ip address
vlan 3
name "DATA_VLAN"
untagged 1-48
ip address 10.XXX.XXX.XXX
vlan 5
no ip address
vlan 6
no ip address
vlan 7
name "WIFI_VLAN"
no ip address
vlan 8
name "FPL_VLAN"
no ip address
vlan 9
name "MGMT_VLAN"
no ip address
vlan 10
name "CAM_VLAN"
no ip address
no tftp server
no autorun
no dhcp config-file-update
no dhcp image-file-update
no dhcp tr69-acs-url
password manager

RE: HP2920 Tagged / Untagged

So I tagged port 2,9 in VLAN 6 and when I went to the config on the phone it still says VLAN0. Is this because the Uplink which is Port 44 in the new switch is not config as a trunk port? If I config that as trk2 then I also need to config the other switch port (switch 4 in the stack) as the same trk2?

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