I need help with the following:
1. Propertly set-up VLAN's on the 2 x Netgear FS752TP-100NAS POE switches to separate VoIP traffic from Data traffic. The VoIP IP Phones will have a separate network port for Data connection (so that people can also plug-in their computers into the phone to use wired Internet access), so this traffic needs to be separate from VoIP traffic, and users should not be able to reach the PBX or phones gui interfaces through that port. For Router, I'm using Mikrotik RB450G - and VLans are also need to be configured on it, so you'd need to know how to set-up VLANs on Mikrotik as well. Currently it all works well, but I'm not using any vlans
2. Set-up a configuration file to set-up 97 x Cetis E100 IP phones: I know there's a way to set-up a TFTP server (maybe my Asterisk Elastix PBX already has one built-in, or plug-in?), and make it so that when brand new phones boot-up, they'll grab the configuration off the TFTP server - this way we won't need to log-in to every single phone and enter all settings manually for each phone. Instead, once the TFTP server is up and running with correct configuration, we'll just plug-in the phones, enter room number into it on the display, and it'll grab the correct configuration off the tftp server. I know this is possible, and I took some basic training on this, but just not sure about the details or steps on how to do this.
3. I need to make a few of the DID phone numbers to dial directly to the extension numbers. Would appreciate help with this as well.
Pbx: Asterisk Elastix PBX installed on VMware ESXi Dell Server - already installed and works well
Switches: 2 x PoE Netgear FS752TP-100NAS Smart switches
Phones: Cetis E100 IP phones - it's a VoIP phone with gui and ability to customize the config
I already have the PBX all set-up and working well without the Vlans. I have 4 SIP trunks, 1 Cetis E100 IP phone, 3 Cisco phones so far and all is working well. I will be receiving additional 98 Cetis E100 phones within the next few days and looking for some assistance to move quicker with this.
Thank you in advance, please provide details in PM and describe your previous experience with similar projects.