I want to utilize the default table map of dscp to cos mappings on my Nexus 7000s. However, I want to define Internet based traffic to a scavenger class by identifying it as cs1. The firewalls plug directly into my Nexus 7000. It is fine if this gets mapped to a cos of 0, I plan on using the default queueing on the N7ks. Does anyone know if it's possible to have a configuration like this to achieve what I am looking for?
policy-map type qos-INPUT
set dscp cs1
set dscp dscp table copy_dscp
interface eth 1/1
service-policy type qos input qos-INPUT
I will have the appropriate ACL and class-maps to properly identify my scavenger traffic.
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