Sep
12
This blog is focusing on QoS on the PIX/ASA and is based on 7.2 code to be consistent with the CCIE Security Lab Exam as of the date of this post. I will create a later blog regarding new features to 8.X code for all of you non-exam biased readers :-) Read More
Mar
03
The 3560 QoS processing model is tightly coupled with it’s hardware architecture borrowed from the 3750 series switches. The most notable feature is the internal switch ring, which is used for the switch stacking purpose. Packets entering a 3560/3750 switch are queued and serviced twice: first on the ingress, before they are put on the internal ring, and second on the egress port, where they have been delivered by the internal ring switching. In short, the process looks as follows:... Read More
Jan
25
Sometimes people need to conditionally advertise routes into BGP table based on time of day. Say, we may want to adversite IGP prefix 150.1.1.0/24 with community 1:100 during daytime and with community 1:200 at the other time. Back in days, the procedure was easy - you had to create time based ACL, and use it in route-map to set communities: Read More

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