ports all lldp advertise vlan-name vlan 29 ports all
vlan 29 name Voice by port
Avaya IP phones work differently depending on many things including the model, the firmware, the Avaya system architecture, etc. In general, the above configuration works very well for Avaya phones. It causes 96xx-series phones to immediately find the correct VLAN and tag both frames and packets such that they receive precedence (QoS) through the FCX and through the network--if it is configured to do so. Other useful information such as handset model and filename of the running code can be determined by running show lldp neighbor detail on the FCX. The civic address information can be used for proper E911 handling to the PSAP.
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