On our network switches, we have some voice configurations for the ports that the phones are connected to. One of the commands disables Voice VLAN Authentication. I don't know why we do it this way, it's just the config that our sales engineer gave us.
Before asking my question, let me first say that I do not want links posted, I just want people to answer who have a good understanding and can put it into word. I've already done a bunch of searching on this subject online. My question is, why would we disable voice vlan authentication? If we have both a phone and PC on the same port, would we still want to disable voice vlan authentication? Thanks!