After searching the half of the web I found that on Catalyst 4500 the (reverse) order of configuring classes within the policy-map determines the queue for each class. Besides the priority class (always first queue 0) and the default class (always last queue 7), the first configured class will take the second to last queue (queue 6), the second class will take the third to last queue (queue 5), and so on.
Policy Map AutoQos-VoIP-Output-Policy Class AutoQos-VoIP-Bearer-QosGroup set dscp ef set cos 5 priority police cir percent 33 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop Class AutoQos-VoIP-Control-QosGroup26 set dscp af31 set cos 3 bandwidth remaining percent 5 Class AutoQos-VoIP-Control-QosGroup24 set dscp cs3 set cos 3 bandwidth remaining percent 5 Class class-default dbl
Will result in:
Queue 0: Class AutoQos-VoIP-Bearer-QosGroup (priority)
Queue 7: Class class-default
Queue 6: Class AutoQos-VoIP-Control-QosGroup26
Queue 5: Class AutoQos-VoIP-Control-QosGroup24
I tested this on a Catalyst 4500 and can confirm this.
No idea why this is not well documented, or was I just looking in the wrong place?
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