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Setting up QoS on SG300 Series for IP Phones

Setting up QoS on SG300 Series for IP Phones

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I need to Prioritize IP Phone Traffic over a WAN Link. I have a remote Office that is Connected between two SG300 Series Layer 3 Switches.

Avaya IP Office <--> SG300 <--> 100Mb Ethernet Private Line <--> SG300 (g5) <--> PoE Switch <--> IP Phone

The IPO Phones are in a 10.2.x.y/16 Subnet but are all 10.2.5.x IPs. Connected to SG300 port 5
They All Communicate to the IP Office Server 10.1.0.10

Looking at the QoS Options I'm not sure how to Give those Packets Priority over the others.

I'd like all IP Phone Traffic to Take Priority and use 100% of what is really needed and all other traffic use what's left over. If there is no Phone Traffic, other traffic can use 100% of the connection.

The IP Phones Tag Packets with DSCP 46 and DSCP 26.

What would be the best way to give them Priority?


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