EasyQoS leverages feedback from CDP to populate ACLs with Cisco IP Phone IP addresses; LLDP feedback is ignored. Bespoke applications encompassing the Avaya RTP range of ports is only processed on NBAR supporting products; therefore, I’m left with trusting inbound QoS and reclassifying – in software – on the ISR/ASR.
The default range of RTP ports used by Avaya is UDP 2408 – 3028. I am trying to quantity the negative impact on Switch TCAM before bench testing. Pointers would be appreciated.
Unfortunately, Cisco TAC have bled the BU dry and are unable to offer a solution other than getting Avaya switches/gatekeepers to post northbound REST API calls in response to H323 signalling changes.
For instance, is there any mileage running a tcl script to process the consequences of a lldp neighbour change and posting the outcome northbound? Could we use the information gathered by Cisco Prime to trigger a Rest API to APIC-EM? Any ideas would be most welcome.
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