When using auxiliary VLANs, how is a phone configured with the appropriate VLAN to join?
- the administrator configures the phone with CLI
- the switch connected to the phone provides the VLAN
- the PC attached to the phone provides the VLAN information
- a VMPS server provides the VLAN for the switch and phone
When using auxiliary VLANs, the switch connected to the phone provides the VLAN to the phone. IP telephones typically have a built in 3-port 10/100 hub. One port internally attaches to the phone, one port is attached to the switch access port, and the other is used to connect to the workstation. The PC attached to the switch port via the IP phone is unaware of the presence of the phone
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Configure and verify VLANs