Re: Wrr-queue cos-map value differ between access switch and dis
If you want to know whether the QoS policy at source affects the policy at destination switch, I believe that it won't affect CoS or priority queue set at the destination side. Because this WRR is meant for sharing of LOCAL bandwidth resources and mapping of CoS values to corresponding priorirty queues locally.
For eg, assuming your setup like this one...
Src --> Access switch-1 --> Distribution Switch --> Access Switch-2 --> Dest
Then, the WRR configuration at "Access switch-1" affects bandwidth sharing of the link between that switch and "Distribution switch" only.
According to your setup, taking one CoS value for which the configuration differs b/w 2950 and 3550, it gives increase in latency for that traffic. It's good to maintain uniformity throughout the network.
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