I'm trying to connect VOIP traffic from our LAN to the WAN via a 2600 router. The packets already have a p-tagging priority set. Thus, I need to ensure that the router will accept the packets and allow the p - tagging priority through.
You would have to impement queuing on the 2600. QoS classifies frames by assigning priority-indexed CoS values to them and gives preference to higher-priority traffic. Take a look at the following document for the configuration details:
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