Dell 3548 Vlan question

Ok i have  4 3548's all connected by fiber to each other and then to a 2 stack 3448p that connects via fiber to a 6224F.  THere is a cisco router that is doing the sub interfaces and dhcp relay, I am installing a shoretel VOIP system.  I currently have a data vlan of 120 and a voice vlan that i created new of 125.  if i put the port in general mode and add both 125 and 120 tagged i get nothing, or if i tag 125 and leave 120 untagged i get nothing.  if i set the pvid for the interface i get a 120 address on the phone and a 120 address on the pc plugged into the phone.  If i remove 120 and put the port in access mode 125, both phone and pc get a 125 address.  trunk mode doesn't work at all. if i statically assign and address to phone for 125 while its in general mode, it will work.  one workaround i found is that if i manually set the phone to tag traffic and set it to vlan 125, with the port in general and both 120 and  125 tagged with the pvid as 120 then the phone gets a 125 address like it should and the pc gets a 120 address as it should.  my question is, should i have to manually tag from the phone for this to work?

attached is the current config.

thanks
stat2.txt
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jasonmichelAsked:
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SouljaCommented:
If the pc is going to be connected to the port as well I, the data vlan will have to be on the port as well.

Try this on a port (Just a stab at it):

switchport access vlan 120
voice vlan enable
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SouljaCommented:
Okay, so your router is performing the routing for all the vlans? Are you daisy chaining phone and pc's, or plugging the pc's directly as well as the phone to their respective ports? Do you have ip helpers on the subinterfaces that you created?
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
Yes I am plugging pcs into phones, yes I have dhcp helpers on the sub int
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SouljaCommented:
You need to add:

voice vlan id 125

This should let the switch know that this vlan is for the phones.

One the ports add:

voice vlan enable
voice vlan secure

Voice vlan enable will automatically configure the vlan voice configuration for the port.
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
Did you see my config?  I did all that which is why I can't figure out why I still have to set the phones to tag to get it to work
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SouljaCommented:
So port 25 is the port you are testing on? That is the only one I see voice vlan enable on.
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SouljaCommented:
Which switch's config did you post? One of the 3548's. Am I seeing this correctly?

interface vlan 1
ip address 10.15.120.24 255.255.255.0
exit
interface vlan 1
ip address 10.15.125.24 255.255.255.0


Also, why do you have vlan interfaces on this switch if it is a 3548 if they don't have ip address attached to them?
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
just for management purposes, yes i posted one of the 3548's  not sure what port 25 has to do with?  i did those commands you typed, so if i do the voice enable, then i shouldn't have to add the data vlan to that port as well correct?
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
Port e30: Configuration cannot be applied in the current port mode
nursesta2sw(config-if)#
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SouljaCommented:
Did you try removing the general mode from the port first? no switchport general ?
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
yes
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jasonmichelAuthor Commented:
i think when you put in access mode, its only allowed for that vlan
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