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TOPIC: Cisco 3560 de-queuing

Cisco 3560 de-queuing 11 years 9 months ago #14938

  • bigal
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I read the Cisco technical documentation. It says that the new 3560 can do strict round robin and weighted tail drop de-queuing.

I'm using 12.2.25(SEB) with ip-services image.

Does someone know if it can do weighted round robin de-queuing also. If so what software supports it?

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Re: Cisco 3560 de-queuing 11 years 9 months ago #14945

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Think I have read the same article.

and notice in all catalyst plataforms, (as a generic feature, nor ios dependent) there are four egress queues servicing by default wrr in each one.
you can also configure dont remeber if it is the third of the fourth one as a priority queue, tail droping queues 1,2 and 4 and servicing inmediately all assigned traffic to the third queue.

In the article it says, "it is a default feature", so I think it works for all catalyst devices.
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