If you understand the title of this post then you have headed down the road to CCNP. I was actually excited to begin ONT until I got into the book. Each book on the CCNP list is written by a different author, meaning some books match one person’s learning style and some match others. The ONT book does not seem to match mine.
The reason I am so interested in QoS right now is because we are having QoS is a big topic with a remote hosted application and we/they (the hosting company) had to implement some QoS for a couple of .pdf printers that were swamping the connection.
This post will actually be broken into a number of parts, which were outlined in a CLN post by Scott Morris. I spent 30 minutes looking for the post yesterday and couldn’t find it, otherwise I would have provided a link.
Classification, Marking and NBAR:
- Policy Map
- Class Map
- Tail Drop
- Priority Queuing
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