On Sat, 03 Nov 2007 12:45:32 +0100, Klaus Stock wrote:
>"Michael Graves" <mgraves at mstvp dot com> wrote:
>> But how do I know what range of IP address?
>> My LAN is all in the 192.168.1.x range. My VOIP devices are all in
>I assume that you mean that your VOIP devices are in the range from
>192.168.1.30 - 192.168.1.39 (10 addresses). Which is not very smart, since
>subnets are generated by binary subdivision. If you can manage to use the
>subnet from 192.168.1.32 to 192.168.1.39 (8 addresses), you can define it
>with the CIDR notation 192.168.1.32/29. Should you however need to retain
>the *.30 and *.31 addresses, you'll need to set up two subnets: the
>aforementioned one (192.168.1.32/29) plus 192.168.1.30/31.
>If you wanna play yourself, you can toy around eith the CIDR online
>calculator: http://www.subnet-calculator.com/cidr.php - this might be
>instrementive in bringing you up to speed.
>best rgeards, Klaus
Interesting. Many thanks.
Would it be a more prudent approach to consider using separate vlans
for voip and non-voip traffic?
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