my problem refers to UDP traffic: in an ICT lab two servers (named A and B) are connected on the same VLAN.In particular:
-server A receives UDP traffic from cameras installed outside the lab
-server A then forward this traffic to server B which definitely stores it.
-A and B are respectively connected on fa0/10 and fa0/11 interfaces of a Cisco Catalyst 3560.
Aa a result, the traffic which directly comes out of server A is equal to the traffic entering into server A (that is, there is no packet loss between taking video streams from cameras and sending them to server B).
Conversely, packet loss occurs at the ingoing interface of server B. It seems that packets have a loss while flowing from A to B. I tried to change the IP addresses to the two servers, but the loss gets worse.
How could I solve this QoS problem? My scope is to maximize the number of packets coming from cameras to server B.