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anishkmr0071
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Prioritizing network traffic

hi everyone,

can anyone help me in below configuration.

i want to prioritize my network, switch has to pick 1st priority as internal lan. following are the priorities. can anybody explain this.

Priority 1:  LAN (10.x.x.x)

Priority 2: network2- vlan2 (192.168.40.0)

Priority 3: network3 – vlan3 (192.168.60.0)

Priority 4: network4 – vlan4 (192.168.50.0)

 

thankyou,

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Georg Pauwen
VIP Expert

The solution depends on what device/platform you want to configure this on, and the IOS version.

Post the output of 'show version' of the device...

want to configure on a switch. it's a cisco SG-200 smart switch. doesn't have any cli. is there a way to configure on them?
thank you,

Hello,

 

I think in the QoS Properties page of the switch, you can assign a DSCP value to each port. The DSCP values are mapped to one of the four queues. By default:

 

DSCP 14 --> maps to queue 1

DSCP 22 --> maps to queue 2

DSCP 38 --> maps to queue 3

DSCP 46 --> maps to queue 4

 

DSCP 14 and queue 1 are the lowest priority, DSCP 46 and queue 4 the highest. If you map your ports to these values, you should be able to achieve your traffic prioritization...

 

For your reference, please find attached the user guide:

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbss/sf20x_sg20x/administration_guide/Cisco_200Sx_v1_4_AG.pdf

 

but, how can i assign those ip range to this queues?

Hello,

 

I don't think you can. The SG200 has very limited options and is not a full IOS device.

 

For your reference, attached the CLI commands available:

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbss/sf200e/command_line_reference/OL-22850.pdf

thank you