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I am looking for some help setting up the QOS settings for an Avaya IP office V2 chassis and a stack of A5120 HP switches.

I am replacing the current procurve 2810 switch as the main switch with the A5120's.  The procurve settings are well documented and easy to put in place but with the A5120 I can not seem to find any references.  

My skills pretty much stop at the QOS  as I have never had to implement it before.  

Here are the settings that are on the procurve:

Differential DSCP policy 10110 with 802.1q priority 6 pointing at ip address of the IP Office V2 chassis

There are a ton of settings on the a5120's for qos.  What I was thinking was to create a ACL based QOS policy and apply it the voice vlan.
I know that there is a specific voice vlan feature in athe a5120's but I need it to work with the existing procurve switches if that is possible.
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You may want take a look at this resource to see if it helps.

http://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/003762187
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