Re: does marking QOS with dscp vlaue without applying will make
Hello Sounds like you have inadvertently applied dscp values that are not complying with your ISP's QOS sla -Even though youve posted the policy map it doesn't show what you are classifying in the class maps themselves -only can go by the class map name.
However before you start applying any qos on egress traffic towards your ISP I would suggest to consult them first on what QOS policy's if any they use- most probably they would rewrite all you traffic anyway as it enters their network but it would cost nothing to query them and save you heartache in the long run.
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