How to Configure Vlan based Qos in cisco 4506 IOS switch

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi ,

Need help in configuring Vlan based QOS. Let me explain the scenario.

Location A is connected to Location B through Ethernet Over SDH link (10Mbps). This are connected to 4506 switch in each Location.

Have configured this to be trunk and have spanned some data vlans 10, 20, 30 and some voice vlans 101,102 and 103 through it.

I need to configure QOS to prioritize and reserve bandwidth for these voice vlans. This QOS config needs to be applied to the trunk interface connecting these locations.

Please suggest a suitable method for the same.
Question by:ganmax
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Melaleuca earned 750 total points
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There are a couple ways to do this. What type of VoIP phones are you using? my recommendation would be to use AutoQOS. if not i have attached a good QOS template for all types of qos.

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