The Windows WMM User Priority Issue - A Fix?
There is a known issue with Windows clients when it comes to marking applications for QoS over wireless. In short, even if a Windows client application is configured to use DSCP 46 (EF), for example to mark voice traffic, it will translate this over the air to to use a layer 2 UP value of 5, rather than 6. This means that it will end up in the Video WMM queue rather than the Voice queue that we’d like. This has an impact on traffic prioritization over the air and could have a negative impact on our high priority traffic. This has been an issue that people have just “lived with” for quite a while, but I suspect there is a solution to this issue. I’m “putting this out there” for feedback as I can’t find any information about others using this technique. I’d like feedback from my peers to understand if the approach is viable or anyone else has used/tried it Background Generally in my articles, I like to provide plenty of background information about a topic to encourage others to rese