As mentioned in the previous question I am looking at sending voice communications over a Metro Ethernet connection shared also by data connections. In addition to the previous question I have this one involving QoS guarantees and TDMoE. Voice communications are expected to use a little over 25-30% of MAN link capacity (basically running a PRI over TDMoE, which is 15% plus significant encapsulation overhead.
My current plan is just to ensure that the TDMoE is properly classed re: CoS and use QoS management on the switches to ensure that it is transmitted first. This seems simple, straight-forward, and hopefully ensures reliable voice transmission rates.
Is this good enough? Is there anything QoS-wise that I am missing that I need to be doing?