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check if the traffic has been identified as class "EF"

Hi I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this question about QoS.

I want to know if ther is a way to check if the specific traffic has been identified as class EF by auto QoS. how can I verify if the auto Qos has correctly tagged my traffic as "EF". If there is how can i do this on my routers and switches?

Thanks!

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Re: check if the traffic has been identified as class "EF"

ejlbarcelon

You could mirror one of the ports and capture the traffic.

the information should be visible in the capture.

The other option is to install a netflow capture box.

Most flavors of this (Solarwinds, crannog, Whatsup gold) can give good information when configured properly.

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Re: check if the traffic has been identified as class "EF"

Hi,

how about for the cli commands? is there a debug or show command to show this?

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Re: check if the traffic has been identified as class "EF"

ejlbarcelon wrote:

Hi,

how about for the cli commands? is there a debug or show command to show this?

I don't tend to use the CLI except to check the config is right, mappings etc.

i will have a look though.

try here:

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_IOS_Voice_Troubleshooting_and_Monitoring_Guide

and

http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/QoS

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