Understanding Wireless QoS – Part 4

17 Dec

mrn-cciew

Before looking into packet level QoS detail when WMM disabled/ or Non WMM client traffic goes in WMM enabled wireless network we will see how QoS configurations will be done on WLC.

There are 4 QoS profiles(Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze) available in Cisco WLC platforms. If you go to “Wireless -> QoS -> Profiles” you can see these profiles.

Wireless QoS-5-0

If you click on each profile category, you can configure the parameters specific to that profile(Disable the radio network 802.11 a/n or b/g/n prior to do this & enable it once you are done). In below I have shown Platinum QoS profile configs. In this case per user bandwidth values leave as default ( which is Cisco’s best practice). Average Data rate & Average Burst rate is to control TCP traffic per user.  Average Real-time rate & Burst Real-time rate is to control UDP traffic per user. A value of…

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