S5700 VLAN configuration

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We have a S5700 LI switch and I would like to program on each port except the port to the other switches (which is a trunk port) a voice and data VLAN. 

VLAN's on the current switches are:



When I add a VLAN 2 to say port 0/0/1 VLAN 1 is ruled out and can't seem to add it. 

What we are adding on the ports are an IP Phone (on VLAN 2) and attached to the phone is a pc/laptop on VLAN 1

What do I need to do to get both VLAN's operational so the phone auto goes to the Phone System on VLAN 2 and the computer finds its way on VLAN 1? 

Best regards,


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p00187531 Created Sep 5, 2014 10:03:25 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi, this can be  refered to the voice-vlan configuration from the product manual guide

1)conifg the voice-vlan OUI in system view(ip phone's mac address)

voice-vlan mac-address XX-XX-XXmask ffff-ff00-0000  avaya  

(2)config the port which cnnect to the IP PHONE

interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1

description (USER CONNECTION )

voice-vlan 2 enable include-untagged   /*
add the voice-vlan  tag 2 to the voice data*/
voice-vlan remark-mode mac-address

port hybrid pvid vlan 1

port hybrid untagged vlan 1 2  

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who_knows Created Sep 5, 2014 10:05:36 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

IP phone and pc/laptop connect to different ports, and different ports add different vlans.

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edwin_boellaard Created Sep 5, 2014 14:12:20 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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IP phone and pc/laptop connect to different ports, and different ports add different vlans.

l00192083 Post On 2014-09-05 10:05

This I don't understand. Our IP Phones have an ethernet port on the back where the workstation is connected to. This works on our HP switches and the port distinct the traffic for voice and data via the vlans. 

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who_knows Created Sep 5, 2014 15:47:46 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

So you connect these devices like this:

Switch----IP phone----pc/laptop


How do you configure the port of switch which connect to IP phone?

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edwin_boellaard Created Sep 5, 2014 15:55:02 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)


That is correct. 

Now for the port config, that is my question :) 

This is what I see in the current HP switches (see attached)

This is installed by my predecessor. I already start to doubt if it would be wise to keep VLAN 1 for the general data and VLAN 2 for voice. 

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c00903737 Created Oct 30, 2014 22:34:29 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

I think the below configuration should work for you

lldp enable


interface g0/0/1
voice-vlan 40 enable                                   (enable voice VLAN40, LLDP informs phone to use VLAN 40)
voice-vlan mode manual                              (all access ports are manual ports)
undo voice-vlan security enable                     (aka normal mode, allows both voice and data traffic in voice vlan) 
voice-vlan legacy enable                               (allows compatibility with Cisco/CDP phones)
port hybrid pvid vlan 30
port hybrid tagged vlan 40                             (switch expects voice traffic to arrive in vlan 40 and tags packets outoubnd)
port hybrid untagged vlan 30                          (vlan 30 packets for PC are untagged outbound from port)
stp bpdu-filter enable
stp edged-port enable
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GTC Created Jun 24, 2015 03:08:56 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

On the phone do we need to mention the voice VLAN ID ?

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