I should say up front that I am no good at command line but I can normally find my way around the ASDM. However all the QOS for VOIP that I find about the 5500 series are all command line. So I was wondering if I could get some guidance on setting it up using ASDM.
Basically I have about 6 VLANS. Only one VLAN does VOIP traffic using Lync 2013. All of the VOIP users are external and are using either the Lync client or a Polycom VVX phone.
From what I have read I need to setup a service policy rule and right now I have only the default global inspection policy.
I assume I need to create a policy for the "outside" interface and one for the "Sub10" interface? Then under "Rule Actions" and then QOS I should enable priority for this flow but that is about as far as I got.
Could anyone provide some information on what to configure if I have two servers for VOIP and what should be put in the service policy rule?
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