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Prioritize voice traffic on Cisco SG300

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I have a Comcast SMC router that feeds an SG300.  The SG300 then splits the connection out to two routers:

1) Voice network
2) Data network

This was done because the SMC could not prioritize the VoIP traffic and things were garbled.  All I want to do is prioritize the traffic in port X (voice) over the traffic in port Y (data) before it heads to the gateway via port(z).  Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Just what I needed!  Thanks.
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