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cisco 2960s port configuration for voip using avaya 9600 ip phone.  2 vlans one data and voice .

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Need the cisco 2960s port configuration for voip using avaya 9600 ip phone.  2 vlans one data and voice .  No qos.
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switchport access vlan 42
 switchport trunk native vlan 44
 switchport mode trunk
 spanning-tree portfast



42 - voice
44 - data
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thanks,  so this would be the config if the pc and phone are tied together also ?  thanks for the help.
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