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Same Phone, Same LLDP Config. One detecting Voice VLAN the other not?

Same Phone, Same LLDP Config. One detecting Voice VLAN the other not?

Martin_Flammia
Valued Contributor

HI 

Have a strange issue with Mitel phones that seem to be same model, same firmware, but some are detecting the Voice VLAN via LLDP, whereas others are not, yet config is identical.

In fact I can’t see any different between the two, but yet the majority consistently wont work, whereas some will?

Wondering if anyone has any ideas?

You can see below one assigns a policy, the other says unknown.

Stack is made up of 5520-48W, running version 31.1.1.3 (Latest recommended)

Stack # show lldp port 3:34 neighbors detailed

LLDP Port 3:34 detected 1 neighbor
Neighbor: (5.1)192.168.1.107/08:00:0F:39:62:0A, age 25 seconds
- Chassis ID type: Network address (5); Address type: IPv4 (1)
Chassis ID : 192.168.1.107
- Port ID type: MAC address (3)
Port ID : 08:00:0F:39:62:0A
- Time To Live: 120 seconds
- Port Description: "LAN port"
- System Name: "regDN 796,MITEL 5212 DM"
- System Description: "regDN 796,MITEL 5212 DM,h/w rev 1,ASIC rev 1,f/w \
Boot 02.05.00.05,f/w Main 02.05.00.05"
- System Capabilities : "Bridge, Telephone"
Enabled Capabilities: "Bridge, Telephone"
- Management Address Subtype: IPv4 (1)
Management Address : 192.168.1.107
Interface Number Subtype : Unknown (1)
Interface Number : 0
Object ID String : "null"
- IEEE802.3 MAC/PHY Configuration/Status
Auto-negotiation : Supported, Enabled (0x03)
Operational MAU Type : 10BaseTFD (11)
- MED Capabilities: "MED Capabilities, Network Policy, Extended Power via MDI - PD"
MED Device Type : Endpoint Class III (3)
- MED Network Policy
Application Type : Voice (1)
Policy Flags : Known Policy, Tagged (0x1)
VLAN ID : 1001
L2 Priority : 6
DSCP Value : 46
- MED Network Policy
Application Type : Voice Signaling (2)
Policy Flags : Known Policy, Tagged (0x1)
VLAN ID : 1001
L2 Priority : 6
DSCP Value : 46
- MED Extended Power-via-MDI
Power Type : PD Device (1)
Power Source : Unknown (0)
Power Priority: High (2)
Power Value : 4.7 Watts
- MED Hardware Revision: "PCB Version: 1"
- MED Firmware Revision: "Boot 02.05.00.05"
- MED Software Revision: "Main 02.05.00.05"
- MED Serial Number: ""
- MED Manufacturer Name: "Mitel Corporation"
- MED Model Name: "MITEL 5212 DM"
- MED Asset ID: ""

Stack # show lldp port 3:7 neighbors detailed

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
LLDP Port 3:7 detected 1 neighbor
Neighbor: (5.1)0.0.0.0/08:00:0F:1D:38:23, age 5 seconds
- Chassis ID type: Network address (5); Address type: IPv4 (1)
Chassis ID : 0.0.0.0
- Port ID type: MAC address (3)
Port ID : 08:00:0F:1D:38:23
- Time To Live: 10 seconds
- Port Description: "LAN port"
- System Name: "MITEL 5212 DM"
- System Description: "MITEL 5212 DM,h/w rev 1,ASIC rev 1,f/w Boot 02.05\
.00.05"
- System Capabilities : "Bridge, Telephone"
Enabled Capabilities: "Bridge, Telephone"
- Management Address Subtype: MAC (6)
Management Address : 08:00:0F:1D:38:23
Interface Number Subtype : Unknown (1)
Interface Number : 0
Object ID String : "null"
- IEEE802.3 MAC/PHY Configuration/Status
Auto-negotiation : Supported, Enabled (0x03)
Operational MAU Type : 100BaseTXFD (16)
- MED Capabilities: "MED Capabilities, Network Policy, Extended Power via MDI - PD"
MED Device Type : Endpoint Class III (3)
- MED Network Policy
Application Type : Voice (1)
Policy Flags : Unknown Policy, Untagged (0x0)
VLAN ID : 0
L2 Priority : 0
DSCP Value : 0
- MED Network Policy
Application Type : Voice Signaling (2)
Policy Flags : Unknown Policy, Untagged (0x0)
VLAN ID : 0
L2 Priority : 0
DSCP Value : 0
- MED Extended Power-via-MDI
Power Type : PD Device (1)
Power Source : Unknown (0)
Power Priority: High (2)
Power Value : 4.7 Watts
- MED Hardware Revision: "PCB Version: 1"
- MED Firmware Revision: "Boot 02.05.00.05"
- MED Software Revision: ""
- MED Serial Number: ""
- MED Manufacturer Name: "Mitel Corporation"
- MED Model Name: "MITEL 5212 DM"
- MED Asset ID: ""



Stack # show configuration | grep 3:7

disable snmp traps port-up-down port 3:7
enable diffserv examination port 3:7
disable dot1p examination port 3:7
disable flow-control rx-pause port 3:7
configure port 3:7 rate-limit flood broadcast 300
configure port 3:7 rate-limit flood multicast 300
configure qosprofile QP1 minbw 0 maxbw 92 ports 3:7
configure qosprofile QP4 minbw 1 maxbw 100 ports 3:7
configure qosprofile QP5 minbw 2 maxbw 100 ports 3:7
configure qosprofile QP8 minbw 0 maxbw 100 ports 3:7
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise port-description
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise system-capabilities
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise management-address
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific dot1 vlan-name
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific dot3 power-via-mdi with-classification
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific med capabilities
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific med power-via-mdi
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific dot1 port-protocol-vlan-id vlan Voice
configure lldp port 3:7 advertise vendor-specific med policy application voice vlan Voice dscp 46
configure stpd s0 ports link-type edge 3:7
configure stpd s0 ports edge-safeguard enable 3:7
configure stpd s0 ports bpdu-restrict enable 3:7



Stack # show configuration | grep 3:34

disable snmp traps port-up-down port 3:34
enable diffserv examination port 3:34
disable dot1p examination port 3:34
disable flow-control rx-pause port 3:34
configure port 3:34 rate-limit flood broadcast 300
configure port 3:34 rate-limit flood multicast 300
configure qosprofile QP1 minbw 0 maxbw 92 ports 3:34
configure qosprofile QP4 minbw 1 maxbw 100 ports 3:34
configure qosprofile QP5 minbw 2 maxbw 100 ports 3:34
configure qosprofile QP8 minbw 0 maxbw 100 ports 3:34
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise port-description
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise system-capabilities
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise management-address
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific dot1 vlan-name
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific dot3 power-via-mdi with-classification
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific med capabilities
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific med power-via-mdi
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific dot1 port-protocol-vlan-id vlan Voice
configure lldp port 3:34 advertise vendor-specific med policy application voice vlan Voice dscp 46
configure stpd s0 ports link-type edge 3:34
configure stpd s0 ports edge-safeguard enable 3:34
configure stpd s0 ports bpdu-restrict enable 3:34
        Neighbor           Neighbor                           Neighbor
Port Chassis ID Port ID TTL Age System Name
===============================================================================
1:2 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:B6:6A:24 10 1 MITEL 5312 IP
1:4 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:39:3A:0F 10 4 MITEL 5212 DM
1:5 (5.1)192.168.1.81 08:00:0F:1D:2A:5C 120 8 regDN 750,MITEL 5212 DM
1:11 D8:9E:F3:FE:1F:D1 D8:9E:F3:FE:1F:D1 3601 407 Not-Advertised
1:13 (5.1)192.168.1.23 08:00:0F:1D:41:2F 120 9 regDN 714,MITEL 5212 DM
1:14 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:39:BB:77 10 5 MITEL 5212 DM
1:21 (5.1)192.168.1.73 08:00:0F:1D:39:75 120 12 regDN 752,MITEL 5212 DM
1:23 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:5D:9E:87 10 1 MITEL 5312 IP
1:24 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:1D:3C:F0 10 0 MITEL 5212 DM
1:26 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:C8:65:EA 10 3 MITEL 5312 IP
1:31 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:1D:34:88 10 4 MITEL 5212 DM
1:32 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:1D:32:84 10 1 MITEL 5212 DM
1:36 (5.1)0.0.0.0 08:00:0F:26:75:5A 10 3 MITEL 5212 DM

 

So did a lot more testing. When the phone is put into the Voice VLAN untagged, it will not get an IP address, put a PC in it will.

When looking at a packet capture you see Discover and Offer to the phone. When a PC you see full DORA.

If you manually give the phone an IP address its not reachable on the network, yet FDB and ARP tables show entries for it.

There is a handful of phones that work, same config, same ports, same model of phones, same phone firmware?

Moving working phones to other ports gives mixed results?

Very baffling how the issue only seems to stick with the majority of phones, PC’s fine. Move phones back on the original legacy X440’s, phones work fine. Remove all the configuration on the port on the 5520, so just VLAN, still an issue?

Thought the problem might be to do with FA, but disabled LLDP on the Mitel phone, still same issue?

Many thanks in advance

 

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Miguel-Angel_RO
Valued Contributor II

Hi Martin,

I’m working with Mitel Phones (67xxi) on ERS (not yet 55xx series).

The setup used is LLDP-MED+Voice VLAN tagged on the switch.

The LLDP must be enabled on the Mitel Phone and the phone will tag automatically the voice VLAN.

I suggest to factory reset the phone as any manual changes on the phone are persistent and have a higher priority.

Mig

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Miguel-Angel_RO
Valued Contributor II

Hi Martin,

I’m working with Mitel Phones (67xxi) on ERS (not yet 55xx series).

The setup used is LLDP-MED+Voice VLAN tagged on the switch.

The LLDP must be enabled on the Mitel Phone and the phone will tag automatically the voice VLAN.

I suggest to factory reset the phone as any manual changes on the phone are persistent and have a higher priority.

Mig

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