hello and welcome back by seeing the one interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is Episode 3 to 6. The last one in this long lesson access and voice of villians. I am threatened everyone. I'll be instructive for you. Of course.
No one last video went over the villain Shrinking protocol concepts to configure the villian trunks and how to convey Verify
this is little recovered one of access and voice feel and are and how to configure them.
And again, we're gonna configure access via land on important configure, voice, feel and reports. So this is a very quick lesson.
How many ports on a switch shouldn't I, p phone and a computer take up? Give me a few seconds.
All right. You should only have to take up one port if it's done properly
and quick lives set up, it is the same as last time. So if you have it still in great. If you want to go ahead and default and put in those interfaces and get everything set up again and extra practice,
otherwise we will move on.
It's a little bit about history here. If you were the old phones they had the old, you know, already 11 small Jack's clogging the wall. They would sometimes go to a final switch or PBS, which is the private branch exchange. Um,
and they would all go through that. Then your PC was connected to the normal switch interface with you to be cabling.
Um, now that we have these I p phones, they have a small switch built into them, and they run what's called passed through autumn.
So I'd be phone are VoIP phone would take up one switch port because the computer would plug into the phone, which would then run from there to this witch interface.
So the way that it works is they think about is kind of like a really smart way to do it. Ah, the switches. Smart, right? It separates it. It's what separates it by V Lane traffic. You have a voice feeling and data billing. The one we've been working up to
so far in this course is just the data. The land or the access for the land is what we're going to set it to
right where you always want to set the switchboard mode.
so that's where we get into changing these voice feelings.
You know, where we do switch port access feeling 10. The only difference is when we do it for you need to know what the voice feelings you just do. Switch port voice villain. You know, to 12
show interfaces F a zero to switch. Portrait's gonna show your voice of you, Anne and your access feel. Enter your data, Bela.
So real quickly here, we'll just go on to a demonstration. I have my party session.
Here you go. And pull that up,
Enter a few times.
Shrink, say very
he and, uh
so let's see what we got here. So if a zero to
figure terminal into phase two
switch port mod access is always switch port access
switchboards. Voice villain
and it doesn't exist, so it created it over. That is one of the two ways of creating a villian to an end. Now, if we do a show and show can't show interfaces f A's or two
switch ports, we will see the
voice feeling in here.
And if you do the same thing to show the land brief, we will see the lane to 12 in there
and here you'll see F A's or to show twice. Now
we'll see if they're in there.
That's pretty much all about it. For configuring the voice, feeling on a switch.
Someone's gonna hit a reload. When I think about a year,
I'm going to get us ready for the lab next.
All right, so
let's go ahead and move onto the post. Assessment
Which command will add a voice villain to the interface switchboards.
Give it a few seconds to think about it.
All right? It is the switch. Port Voice of villian 22 is under the interface configuration mode.
All right. And the next lesson we're gonna be troubleshooting Ethernet lanes were gonna look a little bit about variable link, some knitting.
Look at the different sub nets. Something way too different. Uh, convert your subject mass. We look back at binary again, So that's what you want. The next lesson won't be so heavy. And labs, but we will be going through some practical exercise. Get that pen and paper ready.
Otherwise, if you have questions, need help. Feel free to shoot the message. Otherwise, thank you for Washington. It's a lesson.
And I look forward to seeing you next one