If you have 3750s or 3560s, you can do 'show mls qos interface x/x/x statistics' (i think, from memory) that will show you stats relating to input/output dscp. You can't see what's happening as a result of service policies etc.
If you have 6500s, there doesn't seem to be any commands I can find that give anything useful.
Please rate helpful posts...
Please remember to rate helpful posts to identify useful responses, and mark 'Answered' if appropriate!
Cisco recently announced the availability of the IOS-XE train – IOS-XE Cupertino 17.7.1. This is a standard maintenance release supporting switching, wireless, SP-Access, Routing as well as IoT (Internet of things) platforms with a sustaining support life...
What is AppQoE?
AppQoE is a WAN optimization stack and optimizes WAN traffic for different use cases for applications that are deployed on-prem or in cloud.
What are the benefits of using AppQoE?
AppQoE improves application experience by d...
The application delivery challenges have been the enemy of network since the advent of Internet. So, what are these application delivery challenges that can bring down a network to its heels?
Above are some of the common problems faced not only by tradit...
It is our pleasure to officially announce the finalists in the 2021 IT Blog Awards. Now we are looking to YOU, our amazing tech community, to weigh in. Check out the amazing educational content we've uncovered and vote for your favorites before Friday, Fe...