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Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
All,

So I have my PBX LAN on the Data VLAN 192.168.1.XXX. The PBX is only on this VLAN to access the PBX from my Office PC's

I have my J179's, SIP Trunk, DHCP Server (IPO) and everything else voice related on this VLAN 172.30.20.XXX

IX Workplace will ONLY connect to the PBX on the Data VLAN - does not connect on the Voice VLAN.

If I unplug the LAN (Data VLAN) We are able to ping all of the phones from the Data VLAN (192.168.1.XXX) however not the PBX at 172.30.20.1

The only IP Route is on the Voice VLAN out 172.30.20.254

Both VLAN's are configured identical aside from the IP Scheme.

Thoughts?

ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
derfloh: Can you elaborate a bit?

Is the issue possibly because I do not currently have an internal DNS A-Record pointed to my PBX on the voice VLAN?





ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

Maybe its a certificate issue as you have TLS enabled on lan2.

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
icet500: I have also tried with TLS unchecked. Same result.

I am having certificate issues too though however. When I generate the Identity Certificate (.p12) and load it to manager I get this error:



I am not entirely sure what certificate it is requesting be placed in the Trusted Certificate Store.

ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

So what is the error message you get when you try to register from the voice vlan?

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

If you unplug the data VLAN from the IP Office you can't ping the Voice VLAN interface as it will try to send out the answer on the other port.

If you have routing to the 172-network from the data VLAN to the voice VLAN you don't need an IP address from the data VLAN on the IP Office.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
derfloh: All I did was create the Identity Certificate from my Application Server as Below)



I did however update the SAN to unclude both my LAN and WAN (Data / Voice) VLAN's as such:

DNS:ix.pfcommunications.com, IP:172.30.20.1, IP:192.168.1.251, IP:50.245.XXX.XX, URI:sip:ix.pfcommunications.com

I then went to Security Settings > System > Certificates and loaded the (.p12) Exported Identity Certificate to: "Set" > "Import Certificate from file" and loaded the .p12 file (Side note it would not let me add the downloaded .pem file

When I launch the Workplace App on the Data VLAN (as it wont run on the voice VLAN) it never grabs any certificate.
















ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
Side note.

I removed from my voice network the SIP Domain Name and SIP Registrar FQDN as well as TLS and I still cannot get the app to load on the Voice VLAN, only the Data VLAN




Works just fine from my Data VLAN



ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
Communicator works from my voice VLAN

ACSS

RE: Strage VLAN issue with my Avaya PBX

(OP)
Workplace Kind of lets me log in with:

http://172.30.20.1/46xxsettings.txt (Voice VLAN)

Rather than my email address in which I use on the Data VLAN with no issues however I get Error:




ACSS

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