set ip precedence

Use this command to set the three IP precedence bits in the IP packet header. With three bits, you have eight possible values for the IP precedence; values 0 through 7 are defined. This command is used when implementing QoS (Quality of Service) and can be used by other QoS services, such as weighted fair queuing (WFQ) and weighted random early detection (WRED).

Format set ip precedence 0-7
Mode Route Map Configuration
Parameter Description
0 Sets the routine precedence
1 Sets the priority precedence
2 Sets the immediate precedence
3 Sets the Flash precedence
4 Sets the Flash override precedence
5 Sets the critical precedence
6 Sets the internetwork control precedence
7 Sets the network control precedence