terça-feira, 19 de julho de 2011 17:48
Lync documentation includes a part of QoS http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg405409.aspx . The documentation is saying that i need to change the media port ranges for couple of services so they can be identified in the QoS policy and taged with DSCP.
Why dont i use the excutable name to mark the trafic with DSCP and thus dont have to change the media port ranges?
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quinta-feira, 21 de julho de 2011 06:36Moderador
You can actually use any port from 1024 to 65535. And DSCP marking is disabled by default. If you are using QoS for application sharing, you will need to adjust the port ranges so that none of them overlap with the others.
Audio and video traffic on clients require a minimum of 40 ports, 20 for audio and 20 for video. By default, all communication types on the client use the entire port range from 1024 to 65535, so you will need to change these port ranges in order to enable QoS.
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quinta-feira, 4 de agosto de 2011 08:39Moderador
Depending on your setup, it may be possible to start off simple by configuring QoS only on the relevant Lync server roles and leave the default on Lync 2010 e.g. Standard Edition, Mediation Server and Edge.
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sexta-feira, 2 de setembro de 2011 12:55
Can you elaborate on your statement? I do not completely get your point.
Furthermore the document referenced in the previuos posted listed a table for you to complete. How to set those values (DSCP) ? What type to use. Is there a document going into this matter more clearly and complete ?
sexta-feira, 2 de setembro de 2011 21:48Moderador
This may help: http://blog.schertz.name/2011/08/lync-qos-behavior/
As far as the OP's question I don't know why the QoS documentation starts with defining the media port range as with Policy-Based QoS you should be able to define the communicator.exe application so that it tags all traffic with the desired DSCP.
Jeff Schertz, Microsoft Solutions Architect - Polycom | Lync MVP