I mark the packets in the ingress interface with ip prec 5, and use the "wrr-queue bandwidth 10 20 40 80" and the
"wrr-queue cos-map 4 5" commands in the egress interface i want to aply wrr.
But when i launch the command "sh queu fa0/1" the switch tell me: "Show queue not supported with FIFO queueing". I understand the wrr commands i aply to the fa0/1 int switch off FIFO and enable WRR ¿?.
Is it possible to map the packets to a specific wrr queue based on the ip precedence on a 3550-48-emi layer 3 interface?.
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