NETW320 Week 7 Lab Report - *Hint Read and study the...

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NETW320 Week 7 Report Advanced QoS Configuration (40 points) Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab and what you learned by performing it? (10 points) In this lab I managed to Enable QoS on NYCORE1 and use the show command to ensure it is enabled, I went on create access list. More so, I created a class for each type of traffic after which I created a policy that will classify the traffic. Furthermore, I applied the created policy triple-play to an interface. By performing this lab I leant to implement some advanced QoS configurations so that it can give more flexibility to the design and connectivity of application servers in a triple play network. Answer the following questions with short answers, and Copy and Paste the screenshots or the show output command, when it is required, from the configuration.
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Unformatted text preview: *Hint* Read and study the explanations within the lab for assistance. 1. What was accomplished in task 2? (3 points) In task 2 access lists were successfully created 2. What was accomplished in task 3? (3 points) We managed to create a class for each traFc type 3. What was accomplished in task 4? (4 points) In task 4 we managed to create a policy that classi³es the traFc for each class. 4. Copy and paste the output from the show command of task 3, step 4. (5 points) 1 5. In the output of task 3, step 4, which access-list was used for TV traffic? (5 points) Access-List 102 6. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 4, step 2. (5 points) 7. In the output of task 4, step 2, what does cs6 represent? (5 points) cs6 represents the name of DSCP 48 as the router shows the codes using their names. 2...
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