Watch as Cisco Instructor Keith Edwards provides an in-depth exploration of the different aspects of queuing when it comes to network traffic congestion management. He will show you how queuing techniques are used with Cisco devices. Learn how class maps help identify types of network traffic, policy maps help identify how to treat traffic with QoS (Quality of Service) tools, and service policy command settings may be applied to one or more interfaces. He explains several different types of queuing techniques for Cisco devices including weighted-fair queuing, round robin queuing, priority queuing, and low-latency queuing.
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