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Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

Hello,

 

I need some assistance configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams. I was able to configure it successfully for the wired networks on the Aruba Switches; however, I need assistance with configuring them on the Wireless Controller.

 

Currently using Aruba Mobility Controller:

Version: ArubaMC-VA-US 8.5.0.2

 

Microsoft Teams is configured in the O365 admin center to use:

Voice: TCP Ports 50000-50019 DSCP 46 (Expedited Forwarding)

Video: TCP Ports 50020-50039 DSCP 34 (Assured Forwarding)

 

So far, I followed the documentation here:

https://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_81_Web_Help/Content/ArubaFrameStyles/Voice_Video/QoS_for_Voice_and_Video.htm

 

I have the commands:

wlan ssid-profile default

  wmm

  wmm-vo-dscp 46

  wmm-vi-dscp 34

 

However, it says to use ip access-list session? How do I configure Microsoft Teams which uses ports 50000 - 50019 to be marked as DSCP 46 on the Wireless?

 

I was trying to use:

ip access-list session VOICE

any any tcp source 50000 permit dot1p-priority 7

 

It does not let me specify a range of ports; it only lets me specify 1 port at a time. Also is this even the correct command?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

End goal whichever method is used: QOS should be enabled for Microsoft Teams for Wireless devices using ports 50000-50019 for voice and 50020-50039 for video.

 

Thank you.

  


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Re: Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

Spoke with support yesterday and they made the following changes to our controller and we are monitoring now:

 

  • Enabled WMM on our SSID
  • Unable to see HTPV during a test using DSCP voice 56 and video 40
  • Changed DSCP voice to 46 and video to 34 which matched the pre-configured DSCP for Skype4B
  • Tested again and we saw the HPTV flags as well as the ports being used by the Teams meeting.
  • Monitoring for uses going forward

Do a show wlan ssid-profile <SSID> and you will see WMM DSCP Mapping control then do a show datapath session table <IP Address of client> | Included <IP Address of other party>

 

Hope this helps.

 

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Re: Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

Did you ever get any response on this?  We are having same issue and wanted to know.  Just opened a cased with support

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Re: Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

Spoke with support yesterday and they made the following changes to our controller and we are monitoring now:

 

  • Enabled WMM on our SSID
  • Unable to see HTPV during a test using DSCP voice 56 and video 40
  • Changed DSCP voice to 46 and video to 34 which matched the pre-configured DSCP for Skype4B
  • Tested again and we saw the HPTV flags as well as the ports being used by the Teams meeting.
  • Monitoring for uses going forward

Do a show wlan ssid-profile <SSID> and you will see WMM DSCP Mapping control then do a show datapath session table <IP Address of client> | Included <IP Address of other party>

 

Hope this helps.

 

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Re: Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

Could you share any info on how you did this on the wired side? I am new to QOS and before 3 months ago I could count on 1 hand the amount of people that used teams in the company. Now everyone is using it and we are starting to get jitter when there are more than 2-3 people in a group. 

 

 

5706r core fibre connected to 6 cisco 3750g switches

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Re: Configuring QOS for Microsoft Teams - Aruba Mobility Controller

We followed this GPO guide from Microsoft which marked the packets for us.  Since we are already a VOIP campus, we had the DSCP set up on the switches already.

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/qos-in-teams-clients

 

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