I have created ip-dscp-map with 4 queues (0-3) which follows Cisco 4-Class QoS Strategy Model.
In qos-policy (egress policy) I selected Weighted Round-Robin Scheduling.
If I understand it correctly, the queues in the qos-policy are those that were assigned in ip-dscp-map.
Are these queues have priority in descending order (queue-7 has the highest priority) only when the Strict Scheduling is used?
When WRR is used, the queue prioritization is determined via weight only. Is this correct?
What do those 0-63 weight values mean? Is this some abstract relative numbers or it has something to do with number of packets, bytes, frames ....?
What weight numbers would fit my 4-Class model:
queue-0 Best Effort (DF- cisco terminology)
queue-1 Mission-Critical Data,Transaction Data, Bulk Data
queue-2 Signalling, Streaming Video
queue-3 Voice, Interactive Video, Routing
Rated By: Percentage (for example):
FS-108E allows only set Max Percent.
Is it percentage of the bandwidth? And it doesn't affect queues prioritization, right?
If this is max bandwidth limiting I think I can ignore it and rely only on the WRR.
Please help me to clarify this subject.