Getting Network ready for VOIP
We're going to be getting implementing a new VOIP Phone System soon, and I am now starting to prepare the network for this. All our switches are HP Procurve, with a 5406zl at the core with the edge switches made up of 2510, 2610 & 2626 (we're about to add various new PoE switches in certain locations as well). I'm putting in place a VLAN specifically for the VOIP (and tagged this as Voice) but now scratching my head with regards to QoS. I've yet to talk to the engineers of the kit we're going for (Splicecom) to find out exactly what is expected, but would appreciate any insight in doing this.
I've been going off looking at various bits and bobs on the web, with some settings specific to certain systems but any help would be gratefully recieved. I fully understand that I need to prioritise the VLAN with the VOIP traffic, but would welcome any other persons experiences and settings they implemented so I don't have any issues when it starts going into place.
Thanks in advance.