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sge2000p-basic qos mode

Hi everyone,

We just implemented a new VOIP system (ALCATEL OXE) but i have a question.

I've created a seperate voice vlan. When a phone is connected to a pc the voice vlan is tagged.

is basic qos mode enough(without further configuration of the basic mode) or do i have to use advanced mode.

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sge2000p-basic qos mode

Hi Sandor, to expand on this, the switch uses 802.1p to classify traffic. So long as you're using a tag packet, the basic QoS will be applied based off VLAN priority tag (0-7). If you use any untag traffic, it is equal to any other.

-Tom
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sge2000p-basic qos mode

Sander,

Basic mode should be fine for your simple configuration.

- Marty

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sge2000p-basic qos mode

Hi Sandor, to expand on this, the switch uses 802.1p to classify traffic. So long as you're using a tag packet, the basic QoS will be applied based off VLAN priority tag (0-7). If you use any untag traffic, it is equal to any other.

-Tom
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-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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