Hi My quetsion is aounr dht trust boundry setup of catos.
When you enable qos globaly it sets all ports to untrust. What I have onsite is cisco ip phones adn notrel handsets. Both will be plugging into the cat switch.
I want a universal config that will untrust everything that enters the port but trusts cisco phones markings and the marks the traffic from the nortel hansets to the same markings. Is this possiblke on the same interface and if so what should the config look like.
If I put that syntax onto evry port and i plug a cisco phone in the port it will work as per your description. If i plug a nortel phone into the same port , what will happen. I am after a universal config so the phone can be plugged in and moved if needed without any changes to the config.
I understand from the config above that any traffic from the cisco phone will be trusted adn any traffic from pc (either plugged directly or via the phone) will be marked as 0 but what happens if I plug a nortel phone into the same port.
Would it be better to set the trust boundry at the port and not trust anything (which is the default once qos is enabled )and then run the policy maps to classify all voice traffic from cisco phones (rtp traffic ports number 16XXX and above) and nortel phones ( rtp traffic port XXXX)with the correct cos and dscp values.
This way i can trust dcsp on all links throughout the network as I know both phone types are covered.
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