2. There will be no voice traffic until some weeks later. Would this QoS configuration affect normal data traffic?
3. Do I need "mls qos trust cos" command on the ip phone switch port? Since it's only the pc that would connect to the switch port at the moment, if someone change the cos value of the data packet, would the switch be fooled and put it in a high priority queue? How to prevent this?
4. If I'm going to disable QoS, can I just remove "mls qos" and leave all other QoS configuration intact?
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