traffic class and specifies the actions to be performed on packets meeting
the class rules:
Marking the packet with a given DSCP, IP precedence, or CoS value.
Traffic to be processed by the DiffServ feature requires an IP header if
the system uses IP Precedence or IP DSCP marking.
Policing packets by dropping or re-marking those that exceed the
class's assigned data rate.
Counting the traffic within the class.
Service: Assigns a policy to an interface for inbound traffic.
Default DiffServ Values
Table 39-1 shows the global default values for DiffServ.
Table 39-1. DiffServ Global Defaults
Configuring Differentiated Services