I am struggling around with QoS configuration on a 3560.
I have configured the following:
class-map match-all VOICE
match access-group name VOICE
set ip dscp ef
ip access-list extended VOICE
permit ip any any log
interface fastEthernet 0/1
service-policy input VOICE
If you see it is a straight forward QoS configuration for match everything. I did this as an example but I created a full class configuration with different networks for matching the signaling, mission critical traffic, etc.
The problem is that when I input a show policy-map int fa0/1 I don't see any counters. I don't see also any matches with the show access-list command.
Thanks for your response but your link is not applicable. I am configuring a 3560 not a 3550. The 3550 uses WRR for the queuing and 3560 Shaped Round Robing. Also the problems that I am having are regarding marking. I cannot see any hit counts. All the configuration has been made using the Cisco QoS SRND.
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