My policy map is looking for the dsc 5 for my Toshiba phone system to prioritize our inter VoIP. Packets are being matched, but not prioritized. I have allotted 384K for voice. The smallest pipe it travels through is 3 Megabit. I can't tell if the voice is needing prioritized, but the phone conversations break up and drop packets. Any ideas of where to look?
You aren't using priority (LLQ), you are using bandwidth which is quite different.
Bandwidth only kicks in during congestion and from the policy-map output, you haven't hit congestion. However, you don't want to place voice packets on regular queues as they tend to be dropped on any bursty situation. There is a reserved queue for things like that, it's called the priority queue.
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