Set COS for in-band management on ASR901 interface vlan
I am trying to determine how to mark a p-bit of 2 for management traffic leaving an ASR901. My configuration is in a ring topology, so I have 2 network facing ports and I am using in-band management. I would like to mark both the management traffic (ssh, snmp, ntp, etc.) as well as MSTP BPDU's.
It appears that the vlan interface that I am using for in-band management (interface vlan 2) will only accept CPL/control plane service policies and I don't see that there is any option for marking a p-bit in control plane policies.
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