Hi there. Since my previous QoS Calculator, which allowed you to configure queue sizes on Sasquatch-based switches (e.g. from 2960 to 3750-X), there have been many requests for configuration simplification. I created a basic tool that allows you to enter configuration just as you would with MQC: parent policy, child policy, shape average, bandwidth kbps... And based on entered information the tool generates MLS QOS configuration that you can then paste into a switch.
This is a simple tool, which does not allow threshold use. I might create an advanced tool that will allow for threshold manipulation in a manner similar to MQC on ME3400, depending if you'll find it useful or not.
P.S.: I wrote it without syntax check, so a typo can be expected here and there
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