I have a WS-X6408A-GBIC line-card in my 7609. I am doing QOS on this router, but what is odd to me is that my COS 5 value is not mapped to my Rx strict-priority queue 2?
This does not look normal, but maybe it is?? I have seen other examples with the same queuing structure and COS 5 is mapped to the queue 2. This is what the Rx queuing looks like on one of my Gig interfaces:
By the way, I had already opened a TAC case a couple weeks ago on this issue. They went through all my QOS configurations with a fine tooth comb, across every router and switch hop and they said everything was provisioned correctly, which is why I am trying to think "outside the box".
I am dealing with calls that traverse 3 PBX's, 2 being VoIP PBX's with the last VoIP PBX SIP trunking to the 3rd Class5 Phone switch, across our fiber backbone with multiple router and switch hops?!
You can see I have so many variables in the mix, and it is like trying to find a needle in a hay stack!
Anyhow, I will quit rambling. Again, I appreciate your help! Have a good one!
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