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to find the QoS dscp value of the source and destination using the sh ip cache flow output

Hello All,

I'm trying to find the QoS dscp value of the source and destination using the sh ip cache flow output.

 

Could you please help me to find the DSCP value used by the source/destination from sh ip cache flow output?

 

Is there any command which will help me to find the DSCP value used by the source/destination?

 

Regards,

Thiyagu

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Hello

Try using the verbose flow  - sh ip cache verbose flow

TOS  value divide by 4, that shoud give you the DSCP value.


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Paul


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