I want to continue using cos-map since it is what we have been using on old 6500 models
Let me confirm one thing, with current config "Queueing Mode In Tx direction: mode-cos", if a packet comes in on one port with no 802.1q tag. The port doesn't have default cos configured either. However the packet has DSCP value (e.g. ef), will the egress port prioritize it? It shouldn't, right?
I was also trying to enable QoS globally on the switch. However "mls qos" doesn't seem to be available.
% Unrecognized command
However if I just hit enter it still takes the command and enable the qos globally. Any idea why? Is there a new replacement command for this?
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