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Hello Patrick, i already have created and assigned qosprofiles to the two VLANS. for exmaple i have assigned qp8 to VLAN A and qp1 to VLAN B still i the traffic of VLAN A drops when both the traffic starts flowing simultaneoiusly. how to make sure i receive every single packet of the VLAN A?
Are you over-utilizing that port?
Just curious as to what your percentages are in your QOS settings when you set up QP8 and QP1... Cant run them both at 100% max bandwidth.Also the bigger problem you will always have is the switch where the one gig and ten gig are shared. Very hard to deal with such a huge over subscription like you have said. You would have to set you QOS up so that neither one could ever use greater than the one gig. Not sure why you would even consider a 5.7 gig to one gig as a good network design... Sorry to be so blunt but you really need to have all at ten gigs or separate the traffic on two different on gig ports. I would hate to be a user on the one that you are trying to push 5 gigs down a one gig pipe ....
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