I am doing LLQ and have applied a policy-map service policy to my serial interface. When I check my policy-map on serial 0, it shows that there have been no matches in the priority queue on the voip port numbers I have defined with my access lists. Everything is going to the class class-default fair queue.
Now...does this mean that i have my access lists wrong? Or has there just not been enough congestion ot necessitate the use of the priority queue?
Even without congestion on the network, the traffic should be placed in the correct queue and a "show policy int" command should show you the traffic that is being matched. Make sure your policy-map commands have the correct match statements in them ie: "match-any" or "match-all". This can sometimes cause a problem since the "match-all" command is default. Other than that, double check you access list entries. What is the link type?
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