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Avaya J179 Problem with VLAN
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Avaya J179 Problem with VLAN

Avaya J179 Problem with VLAN

(OP)
Hi,
Currently we have the problem that the j179 ignore the DHCP options.
The following is configured on the Windows Domain Controller = DHCP Server

In the Data LAN
Scope 242
L2Q=1,L2QVLAN=10,VLANTEST=0

Configuration on the voice network
Via DHCP Helper point to the DHCP Server

MCIPADD=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,HTTPSRVR=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,VLANTEST=0

The devices remain stuck in the PC network.
Strangely, everything works as it should with 96xx phones ...
Unfortunately, the J100 show nothing at boot time like a 96xx...

Br
Thomas

RE: Avaya J179 Problem with VLAN

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(OP)
Hi,

i`m again.

we found the issue, it was the configuration of the Cisco Switch.
The Voice VLAN has been on Trunk, so the J179 seems to have a problem. The 9611 strangely not.

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