I am setting up QOS out to my MPLS network but do not seem to be passing dscp values between my 4500 and 3800 router. I have the interfaces setup as follows. When I run a sh policy-map int on my wan interface it does not show the voice traffice going through the voice service que.
First of all, a few assumptions that I cannot confirm from the post:
1: The 3800 router connects to your MPLS WAN?
2: The policy map as shown has been applied outbound on the 3800.
You could have an issue with trust on your LAN. In a cisco network you will need to trust QoS traffic on incoming interfaces and also on the trunks within the LAN. If this has been configured incorrectly, there will be no marked packets on the LAN. That implies that you will not see any on the WAN link either.
mls qos trust device cisco-phone on interfaces
mls qos trust cos on trunks
Also, make sure you have a voice vlan configured which has not the same vlanID as the native vlan.
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