I've read somewhat about LLDP and LLDP-MED. It seems that as far as end devices go, they're mostly used by VoIP phones.
I'm interested in the idea of an end device implementing LLDP or LLDP-MED, so that network equipment could possibly configure it specially. Eg:
- IP Cameras that identify themselves as such are put on a separate VLAN, with different QoS configuration.
- Home automation or home security devices are put on a separate VLAN.
Are there any categories of devices other than VoIP phones that use LLDP to identify themselves?
Would network equipment have the capability to configure devices into separate VLAN, QoS, etc on the basis of information they provide via LLDP?