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LLQ priority issue after upgrading to Sup32 on Cisco 6509

Hi,

I have 1x Cisco 6509 with Sup2 and MSFC2 and it is running on IOS (c6k222-jk9sv-mz.122-17d.SXB11).

I have following policy map :

Policy Map VOIP

    Class IPPHONE

      priority percent 75

and the following command on each interface:

service-policy output VOIP

those configuration are working fine on SUP2 with MSFC2 but last week I tried to upgrade the SUP2 to SUP32 on the switch and upgrade the IOS to the latest version (s3223-adventerprisek9-mz.122-33.SXJ4)

but when I try to put service-policy output VOIP on each physical interface I am getting the following error:

"Priority command is not supported in output direction for this interface"

and when I try to add service-policy output VOIP on a VLAN interface I am getting following error:

MQC features are not supported in output direction for this interface.

Please let me know if I need to change something after upgrading to SUP32.

Thanks

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LLQ priority issue after upgrading to Sup32 on Cisco 6509

Hi

Hi

Sup32 uses PFC3B for Hardware forwarding and implemenation of features like qos, acl, netflow etc

PFC QoS does not support these policy map class commands:

bandwidth

priority

queue-limit

random-detect

set qos-group

service-policy

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6500/ios/12.2SX/configuration/guide/qos.html

Thanks

Raju

Beginner

LLQ priority issue after upgrading to Sup32 on Cisco 6509

Hi Raju,

Thanks for the reply. how can I convert those Policy-maps for SUP32?

Thanks,

Beginner

Re: LLQ priority issue after upgrading to Sup32 on Cisco 6509

Can I use following command instead of priority and bandwidth?

wrr-queue bandwidth
wrr-queue queue-limit

Can I set them just for VOIP traffic (specific ports, IP or traffic)

Thanks

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Beginner

Re: LLQ priority issue after upgrading to Sup32 on Cisco 6509

Raju, I am having a very similar problem as the original post, but knowing that the pfc doesn't support the mentioned commands doesn't help...  Do you have any alternatives?  I've searched high and low and I cannot find a concrete answer as to what the closest alternative is to either the priority or bandwidth commands.

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