We use AutoQoS to trust the CoS value of incoming frames from IP Phones connected to access layer switches. We are now using VT Advantage and want to ensure that the video traffic generated by the attached PC has its DSCP value honoured (the PC-generated traffic will not have the dot1p bits set).
The preferred way of doing this seems to be using a port-based ACL to identify the VTA traffic and trust the DSCP value. However, applying a service-policy to trust the DSCP of VTA traffic is incompatible with the "mls qos trust cos" applied as part of AutoQoS; when the policy is applied, the port is "not trusted":
Can AutoQoS trusting CoS and a service-policy conditionally trusting DSCP co-exist on the same port, or is there a better way? Could the CoS be trusted as part of the class-default (for traffic not matched by any other class) within the policy-map?
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