Troubleshoot common router, switch and gateway configuration, integration and operation issues and problems
Questions derived from the 642-425 – IP Telephony Troubleshooting Exam Cisco Self-Test Software Practice Test.
Objective: Troubleshoot common router, switch and gateway configuration, integration and operation issues and problems
SubObjective: Determine the effect of Layer 2 configuration errors on an IPT network operation
Item Number: 642-4126.96.36.199
Single Answer, Multiple Choice
A Cisco IP phone appears to reset only when there is heavy FTP download or SAP application access on computers that connect to the same switch as the IP phone. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the problem?
- There is an IP address conflict.
- The voice VLAN is not added to VLAN database.
- The Cisco IP phone does not have voice VLAN configured.
- The Cisco IP phone lost connectivity to the CallManager.
- The DHCP lease for the Cisco IP phone IP address expired.
C. The Cisco IP phone does not have voice VLAN configured.
The most likely reason for IP phone resetting is that the Cisco IP phone does not have voice VLAN configured. As the IP phone supports the connection to the PC, the Ethernet link that connects to an IP phone can carry both voice and data traffic. Because voice traffic is delay sensitive, it should be sent on a separate voice VLAN with necessary QoS implemented. This is required because QoS parameters for data traffic differ from real-time traffic such as voice and video.
In this scenario, if voice…
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