08-02-2013 10:33 AM - edited 08-05-2013 03:03 AM
Hi, recently did an audit concerning Lync implementation at a customer and running into an 'issue' I cannot realy explain.
In a packet capture at client level (on the client pc) of a client to client Lync call I can see DSCP 46 being used for traffic in both directions. When I do a snif of the wlan traffic however I can see CoS priority 5 going one way (wlan client -> AP) with CoS priority 6 coming back (AP -> wlan client).
I only noticed this afterwards so did not test this further yet but since both clients are configured to use dscp 46 I don't see where this priority 5 comes from. Shouldn't the controller see its voice traffic and set CoS 6 automatically?
We use ArubaOS 6.2 with a lync classify media policy to 'find' the voice traffic. DSCP mapping for WMM voice AC is set to 46.
Anyone got any insights to share in this?
edit: Ok, silly me.. dscp 46 = cos 5, not 6
WMM however says voice = cos 6
That explains the difference for traffic going up to the wlan or coming back from it.
Now, unfortunatally everything 'wired' says voice traffic should be classified expedited forwarding (CoS 5 aka dscp 46).
So then the question is, what sets the QoS values on client? Is it the application or the wireless driver?
So who do I blame for this mismatch and what is the proper sollution? Go dscp48 ~ CoS 6 everywhere wired and wireless?
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