We're bringing a location over into our corporate environment and they're going to be using Avaya phones. The user workstations will be connected into the phone and the phone will be connected into a Dell switch. The Dell is uplinked to the 3750 on port g4/0/26. I've changed the native vlan on the Dell to 95 and I set the native on the 3750 to 95. The phones come over VLAN 10. Everything works as expected to this point.
I now need to set up QoS on the 3750. Can I just create class-maps that match the subnet and ports to assign EF for the phone subnet, or do I need to do something with L2 CoS also? This will actually be the first time that I've set up a L2 QoS config.
The users on Fl 2 will use phones that have to connect to floor 4 through the Cisco. I've got the vlans configured for every switch. There won't be any traffic going outside of this building from the VoIP side (nothing traverses the wan link). So, I'm not sure how important prioritization would be since it's not leaving the location.
Oh, and by priority, do you mean with the "mls qos trust" command?
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