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Cisco Bug: CSCvt58971 - Trust DSCP Upstream active when QoS Map is disabled

Last Modified

Apr 18, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

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Description (partial)

Current documentation (Configuration guides and mobility design guides) suggest that in order for Trust DSCP Upstream to function, Trust DSCP Upstream has be enabled along with QoS Map being enabled.  This is incorrect and misleading.

Trust DSCP Upstream is not tied to the QoS Map feature itself and can be enabled without regard to any QoS Map feature being enabled.  This is not called out any public facing Cisco documentation concerning these two features.

This behavior has been confirmed in the lab as well as with the BU.

Recommended updating documentation to correctly state that Trust DSCP Upstream can be enabled with or without QoS Map being enabled.  It should also be called out that if QoS Map is not desired (i.e. disabled), that the recommended configuration method for Trust DSCP Upstream is via the CLI in order to circumvent GUI dependencies, i,e. disabling 802.11 networks.

Trust DSCP Upstream documentation is incorrect
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