My company recently had a new VOIP phone system installed. It's an NEC Univerge SV8100 server with NEC phones. We have about 25-30 users and I'm wondering if we should be seperating the VOIP traffic from the general traffic and what's the best way to do this. Each phone is PoE and then they have a gigabit adapter with a PC port. So each PC is "married" to the phone. I thought about doing a VLAN but that wouldn't work with the phones and PC's being married like they are. So my next thought is to maybe setup Qos rules to better help manage the traffic. We have a Sonicwall NSA 2400.
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