I have 2 sites one in NJ and the other in CA that are connected via AT&T MPLS network with AT&T managed Cisco Routers. Dual T1s in HSRP configuration both sites. AT&T States that DSCP=48 is set.
NJ site has an HP 5308XL core switch and Avaya S8500 with 9620 IP phones. 2 VLANS: VLAN 1 for data (10.68.36.0/22); VLAN 10 for voice (192.168.2.0/24). Working great for almost a year. OSPF is not being used (yet).
CA site has dual T1 in HSRP configuration with an HP 5406ZL core switch and will be installing an Avaya G530 gateway with S8300. 3 VLANS: VLAN 1 for data (10.222.82.0/24); VLAN 10 for voice (10.222.83.0/24); VLAN 20 (10.224. for transfer network. Premium Edge License is installed for OSPF. All VLAN seems to be working fine. Phones are booting up into VLAN 20 and getting the proper address from the proper DHCP scope (10.222.82.0).
I plug the G350 that is preconfigured with address 10.222.83.2 & 3/25 gw 10.222.83.1 into a VLAN 10 port with a crossover cable and cannot see it. The switch shows link on Port C20. No entry in ARP table.
I plug a PC with address 10.222.83.220/24 gw 10.222.83.1 into PORT C19 same thing.
I need to setup a pc in both NJ & CA to to VOIP network analysis.
I need to get the two VLAN 10s talking over the WAN.