After Hurricane Sandy my organization lost all copper based phone service and Internet access. We currently are connecting via a FIOS line (I know it's not ideal but, at the moment, we don't have many options)
Since we are stuck without phones we have decided to use Broadview VoIP to at least get some kind of phone service. (When we can get Broadview service again we will get a dedicated line for the phones)
The problem I have is that I am not experienced with VLAN's and I am having a hard time getting the traffic separated.
The computers are connected to the phones since we only have one network port in each office.
What we are trying to do is to have the phones receive IP addresses from the voice VLAN from a Sonicwall firewall DHCP and the computers will receive addresses from DHCP on a Windows server.
Can someone help to point me in the right direction to get all of this set up correctly?