After you've effectively identified the inbound traffic on your router and classified it into one of your forwarding classes, you then want to control the outbound flow of that traffic.
Traffic enters the router, and based on a packet's DSCP value, it's assigned to a forwarding class, which identifies the outbound queue into which it's sent. (Oh, yeah, it's routed to the proper next hop too — sometimes you overlook the basics when you discuss a new feature.)
You may want to control various properties of the outbound queue, including
Before you can get into tweaking the various operating parameters of the outbound traffic, you have to understand the underlying mechanism used to configure these parameters.
There are two major components to the scheduler configuration:
In other words, schedulers and their maps ...