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Why the 802.1p Priority Re-marking Action in an ACL Does Not Take Effect?

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Why the 802.1p Priority Re-marking Action in an ACL Does Not Take Effect?
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Created Apr 15, 2016 02:01:55

S5320SI, 5300LI, and S2350 do not trust any priority by default and they change priorities of the received packets to 0. To match packet priorities, you must configure the switches to trust priorities so that a traffic policy can be matched.

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