I am studying Catalyst QoS for the CCIE R&S and I thought I'd share a nice resource with the group. Catalyst QoS, in my opinion, is one area most CCIE R&S and Voice candidates struggle with. Catalyst QoS is not for the faint of heart. It's a deep, detailed topic that deserves time and attention to master. This is just one free resource I ran across. I'll post more as I encounter them. Enjoy.
I have labbed up scenarios in which you combine shaped and shared SRR before but glad I saw this. A good reminder of how this works because it could definintely trip someone up I bet.
I like to think that "long" should be interpreted as "thorough". One of the most significant things he covered that should be duly noted is that in the 3560, the COS-DSCP mapping table table is NOT optimized for voice traffic. By default the 3560 will map COS 5 to DSCP 40. To ensure that your COS to DSCP mappings are consistent to what the phones are sending into the network, the engineer need to modify these mappings. Just a thought. I really enjoyed this lecture. FANTASTIC!
Great sweep of certainly the most misunderstood/misused technology.
After have seen all the video, i'm french and i can add that Kevin speak without any kind of policer, what a rythm
Very interesting absolutely.