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  1. Hi Rene,
    Could you please do a short demo?
    I have 1x3560 and 2x3550, i have configured QoS (similar to the first topology) but i think it is not working well.
    Br,
    István

  2. Hi István,

    What would you like to see? We can do classification, marking, queuing, shaping and policing on the switches :slight_smile:

    Rene

  3. Hi Peter,

    QoS is applied everywhere, switches and routers. The configuration on routers is very different however…

    Rene

  4. Hi Abhishek,

    Let me jump in to give you a brief explanation of Cisco AutoQos.

    Configuring QOS can be a challenge for engineers who aren’t familiar with this topic, but leaving the network without a QOS configuration can cause a lot troubles especially with the bandwidth-hungry applications and the real-time traffic such as VOIP and Video which can partially and/or fully not work if QOS isn’t configured, in addition of problems like latency, jitter, and packet drops.

    For this reason, Cisco IOS Software offers a portfolio of QoS features which is enable by a or f

    ... Continue reading in our forum

  5. Hi Rene
    In a access ,distribution and core architecture where we should do the qos

    Thanks

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