Priority-queue out on uplink interface

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Hi,

When configuring [auto qos voip trust] on the interfaces connected to the phone, auto qos enable priority-queue out on the specified interface. However auto cos will not enable priority-queue out on the uplink interfaces g0/1-2.

Is it necessary to manually enable priority-queue out on the uplink interfaces g0/1-2, which is configured with mls qos trust dscp ?

Correct Answer by Edison Ortiz about 7 years 4 months ago

Is it necessary to manually enable priority-queue out on the uplink interfaces g0/1-2, which is configured with mls qos trust dscp ?


Yes, otherwise - if congestion occurs, priority traffic won't be de-queued first.

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Edison Ortiz Wed, 02/24/2010 - 20:13
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Is it necessary to manually enable priority-queue out on the uplink interfaces g0/1-2, which is configured with mls qos trust dscp ?


Yes, otherwise - if congestion occurs, priority traffic won't be de-queued first.

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