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HP Procurve 2610 Specify DSCP value for all traffic entering a switch port

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I need to have an HP Procurve switch mark all traffic entering a specific switch port with the dscp vale = ef.

Is there a way to do that?
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The 2610 supports the following prioritization configurations:

Per-Port prioritization can be set using the following command:

interface <port number> qos priority <0 .. 7>

Q: How many QoS rules are supported?

Up to 120 hardware QoS rules are supported. Of those, 30 can be TCP/UDP port rules. Typically each CLI rule uses 2 hardware rules.

Traffic can be prioritized and reprioritized using the following criteria:

1.TCP/UDP port number
2.Source/Destination IP address
3.Type-of-Service IP Precedence Bits
4.Type-of-Service IP Differentiated Services (diffserv)
5.VLAN ID
6.Source port
7.Incoming 802.1p priority

Q: How do I change the number of queues from two (default) to four?

The qos-passthrough-mode <typical | optimized> command is used to change the queue configuration. By default, the passthrough mode is set to optimized (two queues), but it can be changed to support four queues by changing the mode to typical. The configuration of the switch must be saved and the switch rebooted in order for the change to take effect.

So clearly by items 3 and 4 above the 2610 supports L3 TOS
Please consult chapter 6 located here
2610 advanced traffic management guidefor a description of how to program it

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syntax:  interface < port-list > qos dscp < codepoint > 
so to set IP-packets received on port 14 with a value of 101110
at CLI configure:
int e 14 qos dscp 101110
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36719853 is correct and 36717444 is also relevant.
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