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TimB
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60D vlan interface configuration

Currently have a 60D we configured as follows

WAN1 -> carrier 1

WAN2 -> Carrier 2

internal -> LAN

 

We need to be able to route voice traffic from our PBX to a specific Voice port on their IAD2432.

 

I was under the impression that we could separate the 7 internal ports which are currently grouped as a "Hardware Switch" and assign one specific port as a new VLAN with new network etc.

 

Is this possible or not on a 60D.

 

Thanks!

Tim

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ede_pfau
Esteemed Contributor III

hi,

 

yes you can split the 'internal' ports into individual ports, and even combine some into a switch again.

But - you don't need to. You can create a VLAN as a subinterface of 'internal' and connect your PBX to it.

 

The point is: in order to break up the switch you need to delete all references to it - address objects, policies, DHCP server, VLANs, VIPs, etc. etc. So you don't do this (after configuration is done) if you don't have to.


Ede

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