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How to see the queue in Router?

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I was reading about QOS, and I figured out it avoids the queue in router during routing in router. I am wondering How can I see the current queue in router? Thanks!
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QOS does not really avoid the queue.  QOS actually creates more queues, one of each priority.

Say you categorize traffic into 3 priorities: high, medium, and low.  You now have a "high" queue, a "medium", queue, and a "low" queue.

If you think about it, it does make sense that you have more queues.  Say you send more data that is marked HI

How to display the queue may vary from device to device.  Cisco has a "show queue" command.
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Thank you :-)
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