I have a QoS question regarding upstream traffic (Client -----> AP -----> Controller) for non-WMM clients.
Here's a quote from the "Wireless Mobility Design Guide" and "Voice over Wireless Design Guide":
"Non-WMM clients have the DSCP of their LWAPP tunnel set to match the default QoS profile for that WLAN. For example, the QoS profile for a WLAN supporting Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920s would be set to platinum, resulting in a DSCP classification of EF for data frames packets from that AP WLAN."
Referring to the "802.11e/WMM <--> WLAN QoS Profile <--> DSCP" mapping table, the DSCP values of 56, 48 and 46 are mapped to the "Platinum QoS Profile"
So - if a wireless frame (non-WMM) arrives at my Lightweight AP in a "Platinum" SSID, how is the outgoing CAPWAP data packet marked? Is it DSCP 56, 48 or 46?
The same question is for the other classes ("Gold, Silver, Bronze").
Thanks in advance!