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QoS on switch

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Jul 19th, 2006
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I'm installing a set of new switches. Currently we have a voice vlan in our network. My question is, are there any QoS options on the switches, if so how can I use them?

Siwtches: HP/Cisco CGESM Blade modules


Thanks for your help.


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zerozerotito Wed, 07/19/2006 - 04:34
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Hi dan!

CGESM Blade modules support QoS...


Well you can use AutoQoS and Standard QoS

Following link will take to configuration guide... It opens slowly so keep your patience...:)


Anyhow hope it helps

rafaelgarcia Wed, 07/19/2006 - 18:08
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I agree with Dan regarding the Auto QoS implementation. I would be enough for your enviroment if your traffic is not that heavy and it is a great feature.

I talked to a friend of my which is a Cisco Network Design engineer and he told me that Auto QoS needs to be implemented on a clean configuration. Basically you need to erase the configuration of the switch, enable QoS typing mls qos and create each port as a trunk port depending the end device (switch, IP Phone, etc). Otherwise you might find issues with it.

Let me know if it helps.


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