I am trying to understand how can we check the QoS configuration applied on CTS's :
- If I go to Telephony settings in CTS, it gives me :
DSCP For Audio: EF DSCP (101110)
DSCP For TelePresence: CS4(precedence 4) DSCP (100000)
I was under impression that CTS's get this settings from CUCM clusterwide setting option, but I came across another client CUCM where clusterwide setting was AF41 for video but CTS's still reflecting the above settings , any idea from where the CTS derived these settings and how can we edit it.
The other question is , I was capturing the call statistics for a P2P call between two CTS's , I am trying to understand what these logs states :
2013-12-18 11:26:38: INFO Audio DSCP Current Marking: [BE], Previous Marking: [BE]
2013-12-18 11:26:38: INFO Audio COS Current Priority: , Previous Priority: 
2013-12-18 11:26:38: INFO Video DSCP Current Marking: [BE], Previous Marking: [BE]
2013-12-18 11:26:38: INFO Video COS Current Priority: , Previous Priority: 
Does it mean, that local CTS is running on QoS Best effort settings ? Both these above and below logs represent local CTS QoS Status or giving information about remote CTS QoS settings also ?
'cos when I go to log files, I get this information , but if I go to Call statistics for the same call, I get the below info :
Audio/Video Call: Audio Stream Statistics
Local : [IP Address removed]
Remote : [IP Address removed]
Average Latency (Call) 2
Average Latency (Period) 2
DSCP Current Marking: [BE]; Previous Marking: [CS4]
CoS Current Priority: ; Previous Priority: 
And, that's same for Video stream Statistics.
Can someone please try to shed some light on this and help me in understanding the actual behaviour .
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