I am having an issue where it appears that the "auto qos voip cisco-phone" command is marking down my voice packets COS and DSCP values to 0. Anyone else notice this? I am connecting Cisco 7945 phone to the interfaces with this command applied to the interface. I verified that the IP Phone is sending COS = 5 and DSCP = ef to the switchport. I verified the packets inbound to the switchport and the packets outbound as they transit to the destination IP Phone's switchport.
What is the IOS-XE version you are running on your 3850 ?
Post your switchport configuration (7945 phone connected)
Here is 3.3 QoS config guide & I noticed it says something like below qouted. So make sure this trust device command is there & your port is configured for standard VoIP port connectivity.(like voice vlan, etc)
"The trust device device_type interface configuration command is only supported in an auto-QoS configuration, and not as a stand-alone command on the switch. When using the trust device device_type interface configuration command in an auto-QoS configuration, if the connected peer device is not a corresponding device (defined as a device matching your trust policy), both CoS and DSCP values are set to "0" and any input policy will not take effect"
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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