Syntax: [no] qos < udp-port | tcp-port > <portnum | <range <start > <end>>>
< priority < 0 - 7 > | dscp <codepoint>>
Assigns a DSCP policy to outbound packets having the
specified TCP or UDP application port number or
range of port numbers and overwrites the DSCP in
these packets with the assigned
policy includes an 802.1p priority and determines the
packet's queue in the outbound port to which it is sent.
setting. See step
on a tagged port, it carries the 802.1p priority with it
to the next downstream device. (Default:
A port range can be from 1 to 65535 (inclusive) ports
or any subset thereof. See "Operating Notes on Using
Port Ranges" on page 43. The minimum port number
must precede the maximum port number in the range.
The no form of the command deletes the specified UDP
or TCP port number or range of port numbers as a QoS
Note: If you have specified a range of port numbers,
you must specify the entire range in the no command;
you cannot remove part of a range.
show qos tcp-udp-port-priority
Displays a listing of all TCP and UDP QoS classifiers
currently in the running-config file.
must be configured with an 802.1p
3.) If the packet leaves the switch
Release R.11.17 Enhancements