More sections have been posted to the IEWB-RS Volume 1 Version 5 section for QoS.  The following topics are now available.

10.1    Hold-Queue and Tx-Ring
10.2    Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ)
10.3    Legacy RTP Reserved Queue
10.4    Legacy RTP Prioritization
10.5    Legacy Custom Queueing
10.6    Legacy Custom Queueing with Prioritization
10.7    Legacy Priority Queueing
10.8    Legacy Random Early Detection
10.9    Legacy Flow-Based Random Early Detection
10.10     Selective Packet Discard
10.11     Payload Compression on Serial Links
10.12     Generic TCP/UDP Header Compression
10.13     MLP Link Fragmentation and Interleaving
10.14     Legacy Generic Traffic Shaping
10.15     Legacy CAR for Admission Control
10.16     Oversubscription with Legacy CAR and WFQ
10.17     Legacy CAR for Rate Limiting
10.18     Legacy CAR Access-Lists
10.19     Legacy GTS for Frame Relay
10.20     Legacy Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
10.21     Legacy Adaptive FRTS
10.22     Legacy FRTS with Per-VC WFQ
10.23     Legacy FRTS with Per-VC PQ
10.24     Legacy FRTS with Per-VC CQ
10.25     Legacy FRTS with Per-VC Fragmentation
10.26     Legacy FRTS with Per-VC IP RTP Priority
10.27     Frame-Relay RTP/TCP Header Compression
10.28     Frame-Relay Broadcast Queue
10.29     Frame-Relay DE Marking
10.30     Legacy FRTS PVC Interface Priority Queue
10.31     Frame-Relay Priority to DLCI Mapping
10.32     Frame-Relay Traffic Policing & Congestion Mgmt
10.33     MQC Classification and Marking
10.34     MQC Bandwidth Reservations and CBWFQ
10.35     MQC Bandwidth Percent
10.36     MQC LLQ and Remaining Bandwidth Reservations
10.37     MQC WRED
10.38     MQC Dynamic Flows and WRED
10.39     MQC WRED with ECN

More OSPF topics will be posted later tonight in anticipation of tomorrow’s Open Lecture Series on Advanced OSPF Design.  Hope to see you there!

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 10 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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6 Responses to “CCIE 2.0 QoS Updates – 11/17/2008”

  1. zeus says:

    Hi Brian,

    Where is Multicast session’s recording?

  2. amit chopra says:

    zeus – it is only for those who has purchase E2E program or CCIE 2.0 update for Open lecture.

    To watch this – u have above update in your account.

  3. zeus says:

    i thought first session was open for everyone.

  4. Andrew Dempsey says:

    They have a free v-seminar available on multicast from months ago, it is really good though.

  5. John Hooper says:

    I have an E2E subscription, and I don’t see anything that mentions Open Lecture or Lab Meetups.

  6. bam says:

    IE – You are to be commended for your work on this. This is the best primer I have ever seen explaining Cisco’s queuing mechanisms. Kudos!


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