AutoQoS Implementation with Avaya VoIP and Cisco Access Points in Lightweight Mode

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
I have a Cisco LAN including a Cisco WLAN using x Cisco WLC 55xx.  We are using Avaya wireless VoIP phones.

We have implemented QoS using autoqos; however, I do not see the

switchport voice vlan XXX

in the configuration.

I also haven't been able to determine where to apply the autoqos.  Does it go on the port-channel going from the core-switch to the WLC, the individual fiber making up the port-channel, the connections to the LWAPs, or all three.

I haven't been able to find any solid documentation indicating whether this is necessary with Avaya using Cisco LWAP
Question by:RPPreacher
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    the voice vlan is applied to a fixed line and not wireless because the switcport puts the voice traffic on a different vlan from the data traffic. wireless is a shared medium and will not differentiate voice from data on a single wlan. what you could do is use a different wlan for voice and tag that as voice traffic for QoS manually. autoqos wasn't intended to support wireless VoIP.

    hope this helps,

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