|How can I push a wireless router into the picture to provide the internet services otherwise I just have a dead network with clients that can share resources and voip phones that call each other|
Is your wireless router not ahead of your 2800 router right now? Like so:
Internet >> Wireless SOHO Router >> 2800 >> Switches
Also my VOIP vlan is running 192.168.10.1 net which i think will work great with the subnets you have given me
Is this a subnet assigned by your provider specifically for VoIP? Or, is it on the LAN side of your router and arbitrary?
I didn't try to detail anything but how I would setup the VLAN's because I don't have all the details on how your present setup is configured. So I stuck to how I would do the VLAN assignments. If you look at how I assigned VLAN's and subnets you'll notice the 3'd octet of the /24 subnets matches the VLAN tag (ie: VLAN 2 = 192.168.2 and VLAN 3 = 192.168.3) I do this just because it's a lot more logical than VLAN 2 = 192.168.10 and thus easier to keep VLAN's/Subnets straight in your head. You can do it however you like, just document it for future reference.
Do the ports on the other switches need to be switchports to push them to the voip vlan I think this is my biggest problem right now?
I'm not sure what you mean. Again, it's been 10 years since I worked on cisco. But it seems to me "switchport" is part of a command, not exactly port setting. You would want your VoIP VLAN ports to be setup for access. Just like you would for a data VLAN, only uplinks would be set to trunk mode.
My phone that is directly connected in the room with 2800 and 3560 switch is up and running the one in room 3 is stuck in configuring mode I think its not pushing itself to the manager to pull an ip and come up.
Since that phone is working, how is that 3560 configured? What is your VLAN configuration for that switch? Since the switch in 3 is daisy chained to the 3560, how are the uplink ports between the two configured?
there isnt enough ports on the router to accomplish 3 switches directly in??
Without more available ports on the router, you're stuck daisy chaining. As I said previously, in such a small environment, it's not that big a deal. If the router has room for another module, and you can get your hands on another module for it that has more interfaces, then you could go that route and connect all switches directly to the router. But you probably don't need to.
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