I apprecaite the help, but doesn't seem to change anything. My pkts matched still seem to show 0/0, like it isn't working. Now correct me if I am wrong, but shouldn't this packet count be going up, if It were correctly matching packets that were being set dscp ef (46) or dscp af31 (26) in the header info? Maybe I am reading this wrong. Maybe my IAD device isn't marking them correctly...I don't know? Can you see anything else wrong with my Class-maps or policy-maps, by chance?
This is what was changed:
class-map match-all voip
match ip precedence 5
match ip rtp 16384 16383
match access-group 105
match ip dscp ef
match input-interface Serial1/1/28:0
class-map match-all voice-signaling
match access-group 106
match ip dscp af31
priority percent 50
priority percent 5
Also, you said I don't need this on my F0/0 interface...wouldn't I need this on that interface as well to give priority to voip traffic, considering it is my up link towards my call agent? I do have close to 2 DS3's worth of T1's on the router. Thanks for your help.
The thing is that you still have "match-all voip", that should be changed to "match-any". I wouls also reduce the match conditions to the minimum necessary, because these are all additional checks done for each packet, and can affect performance negatively.
I don't think that the Fe0/0 will need service policy, because 100 is more that 90 MBps (theoretical), but if you observe queue to build up on fa0/0, you can retain it. Remember, no congestion, no need for QoS or priority.
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