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Ethernet IP phone (Cisco like) on eth port of an IAD



 
 
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Old September 20th 06, 11:19 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Ethernet IP phone (Cisco like) on eth port of an IAD

In an IAD with ADSL router integrated, i have two fxs ports and 4
Ethernet switched ports. IMO, voice and done goes through different PVC
on WAN side: traffic from FXS ports goes on voice PVC and traffic from
eth ports goes on data pvc.
So, what if i connect an IP phone to one Eth port?
Can anyone help me?

Thx.

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Old September 20th 06, 05:06 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Ethernet IP phone (Cisco like) on eth port of an IAD

edo wrote:
In an IAD with ADSL router integrated, i have two fxs ports and 4
Ethernet switched ports. IMO, voice and done goes through different PVC
on WAN side: traffic from FXS ports goes on voice PVC and traffic from
eth ports goes on data pvc.
So, what if i connect an IP phone to one Eth port?


The data from the IP phone will go on the data pvc.

Unless fastweb have a way of changing the ports on the router, and
allowing you access to the voice side of things. Maybe they could make
a vlan that gives access to the voice pvc.

Tim
 




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