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QoS for a subnet?

Schmidi76
Occasional Advisor

QoS for a subnet?

Hello,
I have installed several 5406zl switche. Now I try to configure QoS for a complete netaddress, for example 192.168.1.0/24. But I don´t know how?
Could somebody help?
4 REPLIES
abdullah shboull
Frequent Advisor

Re: QoS for a subnet?

Suppose you have vlan 100, then in the global mode type (vlan 100 qos priority 7), which the priority from 0-7 and the highest one is 7 is the highest priority.
Michael_Breuer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: QoS for a subnet?

Hello,

yes, easieast way is to do it based on the VLAN ID. Then you can classify your traffic based on the VLAN ID and put it in a high priority queue. If you have an 802.1Q uplink the priority will be retained to the uplink switch. You just need the command mentioned by Abdullah.

Cheers,

Michael
Ingentive Networks GmbH
Schmidi76
Occasional Advisor

Re: QoS for a subnet?

Hello,
thank you for your answers. My network constellation is a little bit different. So it looks like: 5406zl <-> VPN(Cisco) <-> 5406zl
The cisco switch does not support VLANs and so I lost all VLAN informationen. But I will gurantee, that my Voice VLAN (ID:100) always be prefered. Well, I set DSCP to 011110 for VLAN 100 (Voice). Is this correct or would you change something?
abdullah shboull
Frequent Advisor

Re: QoS for a subnet?

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