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December 14, 2011  12:26 AM

How to configure per-vlan QoS in Cisco 3550 and 3560



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
3550, 3560, CCIE, Cisco, class-map, Configure, how, Lab, mark, nested policy, parent policy, per-vlan, police, policy-map, QoS, rate, switch, to, vlan

You might think that configuring QoS in Cisco Switches will follow the same syntax. That what I thought till i started studying CCIE. Let's See one major difference in how policing is implemented on these two platforms. Cisco Catalyst 3550 I find the configuration of 3550...

December 9, 2011  1:33 AM

How to traffic shape Frame-Relay? – part 2



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
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In How to traffic shape frame-relay? part 1 , i have mentioned four types of QoS mechanism that can be applied to frame-relay interface. Lets have a look at the other two...


December 7, 2011  5:47 AM

How to traffic shape Frame-Relay? – part 1



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
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Frame-Relay Traffic shaping (FRTS) is one of the fundamental topics that is required to master before going to the CCIE lab exam. Since you never know which method will be required by the exam to do. There are four different types of methods, namely:

  • Generic Traffic...


February 8, 2011  3:35 AM

How MPLS works?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
Cisco, how, how mpls works, ip, label, LDP, LFIB, MPLS, network, pop, push, QoS, tag, Unicast, works

MPLS protocol uses a different mechanism to forward packets. Packets are sent based on MPLS lable instead of the conventional packet's destination IP address. It add the ability to make forwarding decisions based on other factors beside the IP address, such as traffic engineering, QoS, and privecy...


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