I am trying to set QoS values on an MX200 endpoint to AF41 (decimal 34) for audio/video packets. I entered the values in the GUI and it saved OK. A sniffer trace shows the packets still marked as Best Effort DSCP=0. I tried a system restart from the maintenance tab but no help. Command line seems to show the correct values:
Try running the command a few times to ensure that the data is correct, you can also adjust the number of packets captured by adjusting the number after the -c flag.
If you find that the MX200 is properly marking the packets on egress then you'll need to start looking at the network path to ensure that DSCP is trusted. Have you verified that the switchport is trusting DSCP?
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