WFQ is ip precedence aware.It detects higher priority packets marked with ip precedence bits.
And will allocate more bandwidth to the higher priority packets in times of congestion.
In flow-based WFQ, packets are classified by flow. Each flow corresponds to a separate output queue. When a packet is assigned to a flow, it is placed in the queue for that flow. During periods of congestion, WFQ allocates a portion of the available bandwidth to each active queue.
The issue with it is it can become a little to FAIR scheduling traffic from other ques voice quality could be jepordised.
Yes, I do know that WFQ is IP Precedence-aware, but I need to know if it reacts to DSCP-marked packets. For example, if I have AF41, Af42, AND AF43 packets arrive at the WFQ output queue, how does WFQ react?
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