How to configure a Cisco 2950 with 2 VLANs associated with 1 port on the switch
Posted on 2005-03-15
I have 2950 switches deployed in my network. I also have VLANs setup on the routers and switches. VLAN 5 is my normal access VLAN. VLAN 6 is my Voice VLAN. I have all my IP phones plugged into ports on the 2950 switch configured for VLAN 6.
This is what I need to do. The new Nortel IP phones have a switch built into them so that you can plug your computer into the IP Phone and the IP phone plugs into a data jack that runs to the switch. So, both IP phone and computer are plugged into the same port on the Cisco 2950 switch.
How do I configure the port on the 2950 for 2 VLANs? How do I get the voice traffic to go over VLAN 6 and the data traffic to go over VLAN 5 when they are sharing one port on the switch?
I am not a GURU when it comes to this sort of configuration and sometimes trip myself up with access-lists and configurations, I usually copy someone else's configuration and modify it to meet my needs, sometimes not understanding the underlying configuration.
I guess you could call me some sort of vampire, I live and learn off of other people's experience and knowledge.
This is an extremely difficult question, so I am assigning a point value of 500.
Please remember that I am not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree when providing answers, but can follow instructions quite well.