I have a 7206-VXR/NPE-G1 router with QOS applied to one of the gig ports. This gig port is subinterfaced and shaped to 100mbps, then a policy map is applied to prioritize voice (LLQ) and uses 'bandwidth' for video and call control.
However I need to get real GIG speed and the 7206 won't do that so I am moving to the 4506 with a Sup V-10GE.
How do I do in the 4506 what I am doing int the 7206 - or can I?
Here is the appropriate 7206 config that I need to have the 4506 do:
class-map match-any Call-Control
match ip dscp cs3
class-map match-any Video
match ip dscp af41
class-map match-any Voice
match ip dscp ef
shape average 99920000
1. Can I subinterface gig ports on the 4506, either on the Sup-V or on the line cards?
2. Can I shape the interface/subinterface and then apply a policy map for LLQ'ing?
3. Can I use 'priority' and 'bandwidth' statements?
I've tried wading through the 4506 documentation, but if someone could translate the 7206 QOS stuff over to the 4506 that would save me a lot of time and headache.
shaping can be done, but afaik only at port level and only per queue (4 queues available). Have a look at the command reference for the shape command:
So you might not be able to achieve your previous QoS policy.
Also check the QoS config guide and search for shape. Switches do not offer the QoS flexibility of CPU based routers.