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VxWorks to IOS uprade leftovers

We are currently in the process of upgrading our APs from VxWorks to IOS using the WLSE. I have some questions about some of the things found in the configuration such as class maps and QOS things. There just seems to be a lot of leftover items that I would like to remove but do not know if they are necessary. For instance:

class-map match-all _class-48

match ip dscp cs6

class-map match-all _class-18

match ip dscp af21

class-map match-all _class-26

match ip dscp af31

class-map match-all _class-40

match ip dscp cs5

......

class-map match-all _class_input_202

!

!

policy-map _policy_input_202

class _class_input_202

policy-map _policy_Protocol_Filter_202_119

class _class_Protocol_Filter_202_119

set cos 6

policy-map fallback_policy

class _class-0

set cos 0

class _class-8

..............

traffic-class 0 cw-min 5 cw-max 8 fixed-slot 3

traffic-class 1 cw-min 5 cw-max 8 fixed-slot 3

traffic-class 2 cw-min 5 cw-max 8 fixed-slot 2

traffic-class 3 cw-min 5 cw-max 8 fixed-slot 2

..............

etc etc.

I thought this might be a workaround of some sort but I don't know. I would just like to drop this from our configs because they are complicated enough without all of this. Am I OK to get rid of this stuff or do I need it?

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New Member

Re: VxWorks to IOS uprade leftovers

Well QoS is configured only to ensure that everyone gets their share of their bandwidth, or if any application must be guarenteed any bandwidth. So I guess you should be the right person to decide if your applications still require their share of bandwidth.

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Re: VxWorks to IOS uprade leftovers

The thing is, we did not nor ever have configured QoS on our APs. I thought that maybe the WLSE added them as a workaround or to improve service in general, but I have no idea where they came from or what sort of QoS they provide to what applications. I am planning on removing them, I just wanted to know why they were there in the first place. Thanks for the response.

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