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Module 3: Introduction to IP QoS

3.1 Introducing QoS
3.1.1 Converged Network Quality Issues
3.1.2 Quality Issues in Converged Networks
3.1.3 Measuring Available Bandwidth
3.1.4 Increasing Available Bandwidth
3.1.5 Effects of End-to-end Delay and Jitter
3.1.6 Reducing the Impact of Delay on Quality
3.1.7 Packet Loss
3.1.8 Congestion Management: Ways to Prevent Packet Loss
3.2 Implementing Cisco IOS QoS
3.2.1 What is QoS?
3.2.2 Congestion-Management Tools
3.2.3 Queue Management (Congestion-Avoidance Tools)
3.2.4 Preparing to Implement QoS
3.2.5 Step 1: Identify Types of Traffic and Their Requirements
3.2.6 Step 2: Define Traffic Classes
3.2.7 Step 3: Define QoS Policy
3.3 Selecting an Appropriate QoS Policy Model
3.3.1 Three QoS Models
3.3.2 Best-Effort Model
3.3.3 IntServ Model
3.3.4 RSVP and the IntServ QoS Model
3.3.5 RSVP Operation
3.3.6 The DiffServ Model
3.4 Using MQC for Implementing QoS
3.4.1 Methods for Implementing QoS Policy
3.4.2 Configuring QoS at the CLI
3.4.3 Modular QoS CLI
3.4.4 Modular QoS CLI Step 1: Configuring Class Maps
3.4.5 Step 2: Configuring Policy Maps
3.4.6 Step 3: Attaching a Service Policy to Interfaces
3.4.7 Nested Class Maps
3.4.8 MQC Example
3.4.9 Basic MQC Verification Commands
3.5 Implementing QoS with Cisco SDM QoS Wizard
3.5.1 Configuring QoS with Cisco SDM QoS Wizard
3.5.2 Creating a QoS Policy
3.5.3 Reviewing the QoS Configuration
3.5.4 Monitoring QoS Status
3.6 Introduction QoS Lab Exercises
3.6.1 Lab 3.1 Preparing for QoS
3.6.2 Lab 3.2 Installing SDM
3.6.3 Lab 3.3 Configuring QoS with SDM
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