I know IP Prec is a bit old school BUT I need something clarified.
The command sccp ip precedence 'value' is an optional command you can use when you are configuring media resources within terminal configuration window.
According to Cisco documenation it sets the IP precedence value for SCCP. A more specific explaination continues...
â¢This command enables you to increase the priority of voice packets over connections controlled by SCCP.
â¢value-Range is 1(highest) to 7 (lowest). Default is 5.
Now the wording is a little vague - or is it?,
SCCP = signaling, voice packets = rtp. SCCP = TCP 2000, RTP = UDP 16384-32767 etc.
Default 5 sounds like media as per description, is this correct or is this old school TOS bits field used for signaling?
I only ask because I see a lot of SCCP configurations on the net that have this set to 3.
Any help appreciated!