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Adtran-Trunking and Voice Signalling

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I was wondering if I have a port in trunk mode and I add voice and voice signalling to that port. If the switch will handle it like it does on a non-trunk port or if it ignores it since it is in trunk port mode.

interface gigabit-switchport 0/4
  spanning-tree edgeport
  no shutdown
  switchport mode trunk
  switchport voice vlan 200
  switchport voice-signaling vlan 200
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by:Matthew Sabin
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At the switch level, voice is just data.

The switch will accept tagged and untagged traffic and pass it along (as trunk ports do) assuming you're not specifically controlling traffic via ACL.

--Matthew
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Reid Palmeira earned 2000 total points
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There's some additional detail here https://supportforums.adtran.com/message/1865#1865

The difference using the voice VLAN command sort of depends on what tagged traffic you have passing through. If the phone is setup to tag traffic and recognizes LLDP it would allow that through.

In your case there's no access vlan command so untagged traffic doesn't get tagged at the switchport
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