Brent, I can't explain all of it quickly and easily. Until someone can, why don't you try using the TAC website, output interpreter tool. You will have to enter the entire cmd you used to generate this output + this output (into the tool),,and if the tool likes what you put in, you will get an explanation. Here's the url
I've just been reading up 6500 QoS, trying to figure out some of these commands. I think your using a 3560 or 3750 here, and your missing a queue-set 1 and priority-queue out command off your interface?
I can explain some of this:
mls qos map dscp-cos 46 47 to 6 This maps DSCP values 46&47 to CoS 6.
mls qos map cos-dscp 0 8 16 24 32 40 46 56
The values listed are DSCP values assigned to each CoS value, the cos is not shown but the values are from 0 to 7. So DSCP 46 is assigned to cos 6, DSCP 8 is mapped to cos 8 and so on.
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