Secondly, The MS Access Switch utilize LLDP to recognize the VoIP phone connected and retrieve various properties of the phone. QoS on the MS Switch tags specific traffic that is incoming on the desired switch ports and prioritizes traffic which is important for voice traffic due to its sensitivity to latency.
Re: LLDP and VoIP device not moving onto correct VLAN
Did it work on another switch?
Lldp-med is needed.
Mp202 only support lldp and not lldp-med?(as far i can tell from the mp20x documentation)
"By default, network devices sends out only LLDP packets until it receives LLDP-MED packets from an endpoint device. It will then keep sending out LLDP-MED packets until the remote device to which it is connected to ceases to be LLDP-MED capable. "