I've done bandwidth management with policy-maps. I managed to get it working when I was testing the switches. Now the switches are going to production use and the policys are not working! What can be wrong?
Below is the configuration. I've enabled qos with "mls qos" command on config mode.
The class map should match dscp 0 which means all traffic in this case.
You should rather use the default class to match all traffic. Otherwise this should work. You might want to test with an ip access list that matches all traffic as an alternative. In that way you might be able to determine why your policy is not working.
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