Can someone help me here.
I am having a small problem understanding the importance of the receive queues within QoS.
So, You have all the following possibilities below.
But if a packet has arrived on a switchport (received), what do the receive queues do for you.
Lets say a Voice packet arrives with EF the same time as a HTTP packet with BE.
How does the rx queues work in this situation? Could someone let me know?
Its obvious with the TX queueing, you will transmit a better prioritised packet first, but the receive thingy is strange?
Many thx indeed,
One standard queue with two tail-drop thresholds
One standard queue with four tail-drop thresholds
One standard queue with eight tail-drop thresholds
Two standard queues with eight tail-drop thresholds per queue
Eight standard queues with four WRED drop thresholds per queue
Eight standard queues with eight WRED drop thresholds per queue
One strict-priority queue, one standard queue with four tail-drop thresholds
One strict-priority queue, one standard queue with one non-configurable (100%) tail-drop threshold
One strict-priority queue, one standard queue with eight configurable WRED drop thresholds and one non-configurable (100%) tail-drop threshold