Assuming Jabber for Windows since you didn't specify. The client will attempt to set DSCP markings; however, Windows policy may prevent this from getting passed to the network. You may need to create a Group Policy that allows the application to set QoS. Additionally, the access-layer switch port needs to accept DSCP markings from the data VLAN. Historically (i.e. auto qos) this has not been the case.
Additionally, Cisco is adding support for MediaNet Services Interface which - if installed on the endpoint and configured in the network - allows Jabber, WebEx, or other MediaNet-aware applications to explictily tell the network about the traffic flows and the treatment they need. This should end up being far more precise than blindly trusting or policing traffic on the data VLAN.
PS- There is a dedicated Jabber space here on the communities.
Yes sir , you are completely true.Please check my configuration again , RTP which represnet (UDP access list) is mapped to EF and signal (jabber ports) mapped to CS3 .I am sure from my configuration now , maybe i changed the classes names by mistake.
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