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how to find the queing config for a class

In QOS for a paricular class , how to find the que allotted for the class,wheather it is LLQ or CBWFQ like this

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Purple

Re: how to find the queing config for a class

Hi,

It depends on how you configure the class within a policy - if you use the 'bandwidth' statement under that class, it's CBWFQ. If you use the 'priority' statement, then it's LLQ.

Hope that helps - pls do remember to rate posts that help.

Paresh

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Re: how to find the queing config for a class

thanks for your response and how to find the FBWFQ and other que's and is it any way to see the dscp code assigned for the particular class.

Purple

Re: how to find the queing config for a class

I'm not totally sure what you are getting at but the following commands may be what you are looking for:

show policy-map

- shows the type of queueing .. CBWFQ or LLQ

show class-map

- shows match criteria for the class, including an DSCP matching...

Hope that helps - pls do remember to rate posts that help.

Paresh

New Member

Re: how to find the queing config for a class

ok for how to find ques other than LLQ and CBWFQ ,

Purple

Re: how to find the queing config for a class

The only 2 queueing methods available when using the Modular QoS CLI are CBWFQ and LLQ. If you are using anything else such as Custom Queuing or Priority Queuing, use the 'show queueing' command.

I would appreciate you rating this post if it helps.

Paresh

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