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Looking for help on converting Cisco commands for dual vlans, to foundary MXLe, or fastiron, just getting started. Thanks

interface gigEthernet 1/0/10
description User access port
Switchport voice vlan 10
switchport access vlan 20
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by:Jordan Medlen
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VLANs are configured globally and then within the VLAN configuration, you either tag (think trunk) the interface "tag e 1/0/10" or untag (think access) the interface "untag e 1/0/10". You can also place a port in "dual-mode N" where N is the VLAN ID. Dual mode ports place all untagged traffic into the VLAN specified in the command. Also, only "tagged" ports (again, think trunk) can be put in dual-mode. So look at dual-mode as changing the native VLAN.
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by:djcminuz
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Im still a little blurry on the whole setting up voice and data VLANs on foundry, is so easy in cisco. So would I untag the port in both VLANs, that set that port up for dual-mode?
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Under the interface you're connecting to a phone, do you have a voice-vlan option? This is what you would use specifically for voice VLANs. I have seen others use the dual-mode where the "dual-mode N" command is used where N is the data VLAN and you tag the voice vlan ID.
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Awsome thanks for the insight
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