What is the meaning of the below Warning?
Warning: Enabling diffserv examination will cause dot1p replacement of 802.1q tagged packets.[/code]
It seems to imply that when using tagged packets, using 802.1p, when enabling diffserv examination those tagged packets will no longer be tagged and instead replaced with dot1p marked packets.
I've read a number of posts that indicate that ONLY tagged, 802.1p, packets support dot1p so this seems a little confusing to me. In my situation I only need to use DCSP 46 marked packet QoS and I'd like to keep it that way, but when I use the following configuration I always get this warning:
create qosprofile qp6
configure qosprofile qp6 minbw 10 maxbw 100 ports all configure qosprofile qp6 use-strict-priority configure diffserv examination code-point 46 qosprofile qp6 enable diffserv examination port all disable dot1p examination port all
When the command "enable diffserv examination port all" or any subsequent enabling of it, such as "enable diffserv examination port 1:10" I will get this warning.
I see a lot of people ignoring this warning, but for me my telephony device DOES use tagged packets. Each port uses an untagged VLAN for the computer pass-through, and then a tagged VLAN for the voice traffic. Do I need to be concerned, or should I also be ignoring this warning for reasons I have yet to understand.