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Cisco 2960 new syntax for Voip

Hi I have replaced a failed Cisco 3500 switch with a brand new Cisco WS-C2960-24TC-L V10 (version 12.2)
I have a point to point fibre EAD 100 circuit connecting two buildings together which trunks data and voice.

The syntax for setting a QOS bandwidth for voice on the circuit appears to have changed.
I copied the complete switch config from a backup into the new switch and it automatically changed the code for the voice part to match all voice rather than just vlan1 which is ok.
I just need to know how to set the bandwidth to 1024.
If you could provide an example I would be very grateful
kind regards
Rick
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rauenpcCommented:
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst2960/software/release/12-2_53_se/configuration/guide/2960scg/swqos.html

I don't know that the 2960 will support MQC like the 3500 did. Normally I only see things like auto qos configured. Auto qos can do L2 qos, but it does not on any layer 3 mechanism nor does is give specific bandwidth priorities. If they can do this, I'm all for learning about it.
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Rick_PenneyAuthor Commented:
Hi, many thanks for your reply, its much appreciated, I'll have a good look through that material tomorrow when I'm back at work.
So far, I haven't experienced any issues, the initial bandwidth priority was set up when the circuit was only 10 mb. fingers crossed now its running at 100 mb it may be ok. thanks again
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Rick_PenneyAuthor Commented:
many thanks for the info
kind regards
Rick
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