Voice VLAN Interface

Use the Voice VLAN Interface page to configure the per-port settings for the Voice VLAN feature. When Voice VLAN is configured on a port that receives both voice and data traffic, it can help ensure that the voice traffic has priority.

Use the buttons to perform the following tasks:

To display this page, click Switching > Voice VLAN > Interface Summary.

Click to expand in new window

Voice VLAN Interface Fields

Field Description
Interface The interface associated with the rest of the data in the row. When adding a Voice VLAN configuration to a port, the Interface menu allows you to select the port to configure. Only interfaces that have not been configured with Voice VLAN settings can be selected from the menu.
Operational State The operational status of the Voice VLAN feature on the interface. To be enabled, Voice VLAN must be globally enabled and enabled on the interface. Additionally, the interface must be up and have a link.
CoS (Class of Service) Override Mode The Class of Service override mode:
  • Enabled: The port ignores the 802.1p priority value in the Ethernet frames it receives from connected devices.
  • Disabled: The port trusts the priority value in the received frame.
Voice VLAN Interface Mode Indicates how an IP phone connected to the port should send voice traffic:
  • LAN ID: Forward voice traffic in the specified voice VLAN.
  • Dot1p: Tag voice traffic with the specified 802.1p priority value.
  • None: Use the settings configured on the IP phone to send untagged voice traffic.
  • Untagged: Send untagged voice traffic.
  • Disable: Operationally disables the Voice VLAN feature on the interface.
Voice VLAN Interface Value When adding or editing Voice VLAN settings for an interface and either VLAN ID or Dot1p is selected as the Voice VLAN Interface Mode, specify the voice VLAN ID or the Dot1p priority value that the connected IP phone should use for voice traffic.