From what I have gathered from documentation the Nexus is able to mark any DSCP value between 0-63. I would assume it would be able to classify based on any DSCP value as well. The documentation however leads me to believe otherwise. The language for marking suggest valid values are from 0 to 63. For classification the language suggests classification can only match standard DSCP values. I would test but do not have a Nexus at my disposal. Can someone with experience please confirm?
I started with the config guide which reads like this...
--you can set the DSCP value in the six most significant bits of the DiffServ field of the IP header to a specified value. You can enter numeric values from 0 to 63, in addition to the standard DSCP values shown in the table below:
--Configures the traffic class by matching packets based on the values in the dscp-list. The standard DSCP values are shown in the preceding table (only standard dscp values).
The marking section explicity states values 0 to 63. The classification does not.
When I read the command reference I wasn't sure if specified implied one from the table from table or if specified implied any DSCP 0-63.
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