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mls queue-sets

Hello, my understanding is that you can use a queue-set as  a template to apply qos settings to an interface via a 'queue-set x' command, OR you can manually add those settings to an interface with the 'srr-queue bandwidth share x x x x' command.

 

Is this correct ?

Thank you kindly.

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Re: mls queue-sets

Hi
Queue-set is a template to define buffers for each queue while srr-queue bandwidth share is how you share the available bandwidth to reach queue.
Bandwidth will be the bandwidth you actually have on your interface while buffer is likes a storage space for interface.

By default all ports are using queue-set 1.
Hope this answers your question

Thanks
Francesco
PS: Please don't forget to rate and select as validated answer if this answered your question
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Re: mls queue-sets

Hi
Queue-set is a template to define buffers for each queue while srr-queue bandwidth share is how you share the available bandwidth to reach queue.
Bandwidth will be the bandwidth you actually have on your interface while buffer is likes a storage space for interface.

By default all ports are using queue-set 1.
Hope this answers your question

Thanks
Francesco
PS: Please don't forget to rate and select as validated answer if this answered your question
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