Thanks. One other question for you.
We are using "lldp med network-policy application voice tagged vlan 213 priority 5 dscp 46" command so the phones will boot up using the tagged vlan.
But what exactly is the other command doing "lldp med network-policy application voice-signaling tagged vlan 213 priority 3 dscp 24"?
Ruckus documentation states "For use in network topologies that require a separate policy for video signaling than for video media"
Also, how are you determining the priority and dscp values for both of these commands? Looking through both Ruckus and Mitel documentation I can't find much. Thanks!