There are queuing possibilities and tagging possibilities to ensure traffic gets marked properly and the queuing will make sure that particular traffic gets sent out first. I don't think you can traffic shape per say on a strictly L2 device, but I may be totally wrong.
Its on a internal network, where I want to limit bandwidth to 5mbit on a switch interface but the traffic is non TCP/IP. My QOS knowledge is not so good, So would I have to create a cos map for all traffic and configure a srr queue ?
configuring the srr queues yes that you should do ..
and then run #mls qos trust cos (I think that's it) on all the switch interfaces.
hope that helps.
On your internal network you should be running a minimum of 100mbps full right? How many people in our office? that should be more than enough. Remember that queuing and qos only get implemented if there is congestion.
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