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IP Communicator traffic classification

Does IP Communicator classify/mark its own traffic in OS (Windows XP/7)?

If so, does enabling WMM on WLC/AP prioritize this traffic for wireless?  Even if the SSID is Bronze QoS on WLC?

Also - is there a way to verify QoS (actual traffic being classified) on the switch interface connected to the WLC?

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In regards to the verify QOS:

do a sh service-policy xxx on the switch, it will show you the packet count in each queue.

CIPC does not mark the QoS, this has to be classified on the switch in  your interface configuration  refer to http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cipc/2_1/english/administration/guide/cag21ovr.html

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sh service-policy not option with switch IOS I'm running.  I'm thinking a packet sniffer (wireshark) or something might be needed?

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where are you running service policies in the network? 

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