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PIPQ Queue counts and RTP

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Jul 8th, 2002
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I have Cisco 7200 with IOS 12.2(7).

I have seperate DLCI for Voice and Data

All I want to do is give Voice DLCi priority over the data DLCI at the interface

I Configure PIPQ and set the Voice Class maps into the High Interface Queue.

The problem I have is that the Sh queueing interface x/x and debug Priority

do not recgonise the RTP traffic passing down the Voice DLCI in the queue counters. Other Traffic is queued correctly.

Is this a Bug in this IOS ? Has anybody else seen this ? How can I give the Voice DLCI priority if the RTP is not put into the High queue ?

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hsummons Tue, 07/09/2002 - 20:21
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Scince Nobody else will answer this. And I have done further testing. I will add what I have found out. In case anybody is interested.

The PIPQ counters only count Process-switched Traffic.

I had to disable CEF and Fast switching (no ip route-cache) to get the counters to work and see what queue my traffic was going into. I suggest that you DONT do this on a production router.

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