LLQ and in particular I have set voice RTP to a priority percent of 70...see attachment for config
The question is, does this set aside the bandwidth for this class so that it is not available to the other classes
The other questions is, the write ups suggest that until the router is congested the data flow will not be restricted to the limitation set by the Class, if this is so, does that mean as soon as the router is congested that it reserves the full bandwidth allocated to the class through the priority statement..thanks
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