TP-LINK Switch Voice and Data VLAN anyone?



  • Hello,

    I am trying to configure a TP-LINK  sl3428 to have voice and data traffic over the same wire. It is very confusing because i do not know if do it using a trunk or how.

    In cisco switches we do something like this

    interface fastethernet 1/0
      switchport mode access
      switchport access vlan 10
      switchport voice vlan 20

    Is there a similar way in TP-LINK switches? any help would be appreciated

    Regards


  • Rebel Alliance

    Check/ask at:  http://forum.tp-link.com/  ;)



  • Just create 2 vlans. Tagged (20 voice) Untagged (10) PVID 10. This should give u a default vlan of 10 on the given port and should allow your voip phone to use vlan 20.



  • http://www.tp-link.com/lk/download/TL-SL3428.html

    Download the PDF manual. That switch has both web interface and console/telnet interface, commands are pretty similar to cisco's.



  • @Pimmetje:

    Just create 2 vlans. Tagged (20 voice) Untagged (10) PVID 10. This should give u a default vlan of 10 on the given port and should allow your voip phone to use vlan 20.

    Should i create the Voice vlan itself or a regular vlan?  Regards



  • @ptt:

    Check/ask at:  http://forum.tp-link.com/  ;)

    I tried that, however no one answers



  • Just 2 vlans would do. Voice vlan only get higher priority but that's only relevant if u max out internal connections.

    We just got another switch at the office. Making vlans differs for those. But doing it using telnet is similar to cisco. (I created 120 vlans today).
    Works great only some pages of the pfSense GUI are slow because we have 120 interfaces as well.



  • @Pimmetje:

    Just 2 vlans would do. Voice vlan only get higher priority but that's only relevant if u max out internal connections.

    We just got another switch at the office. Making vlans differs for those. But doing it using telnet is similar to cisco. (I created 120 vlans today).
    Works great only some pages of the pfSense GUI are slow because we have 120 interfaces as well.

    Thanks!

    So, I will create 2 vlans

    VLAN 20 Tagged
    VLAN 10 Untagged for the PVID

    The port will be a General port so it allowed me the two vlans, the rest is same :)

    I appreciated your help Man!



  • Seems correct to me.



  • @Pimmetje:

    Seems correct to me.

    I configured and everything works as expected, Thank you so much man!