Just a quick scenario to get a confirmation by some proper VOIP experts.
I'm installing a new Ethernet network which now needs to have the capability for VOIP.
We're getting the Mitel 3300 to run the VoiP system and subsequently we need to upgrade the network to accomodate.
What i'm thinking to install is quite simply
2 X HP Procurve 2650 48 port switches.
The network is running around 80 users working through a Windows 2003 Server (their call centre management software)
In theory, these 2 Procurve switches should provide the QOS required as the Voip handsets are running over the same Ethernet cable. POE is built in.
I won't have to go any higher than the 2650 correct? They should be adequate enough to handle the data over 100/Full duplex?
If they won't handle the situation, any suggestions?