Implementing video conferencing in an existing voice network
I have been tasked with adding two Polycom video conferencing stations to our existing LAN. Currently, we have Voice on VLAN 100 and Data is on VLAN 1. (I know, I know...VLAN 1 ). AutoQoS has been enabled on our switches. My questions: 1) Should the two VC stations be assigned to their own VLAN? 2) Is AutoQoS still an option for me?
This site is connected to our others via VPN over broadband. I realize I can't do end-to-end QoS using this WAN connection, but I'd like to try and push the video to the front of the line as it leaves.
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