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Comparisons of CLI, MQC, and AutoQoS

In the past, QoS tools each had a different set of CLI configuration commands. Over time, with the addition of more and more tools, configuring QoS became a challenge. With the advent of MQC, and with the more recently developed and most useful QoS tools using MQC commands, the configuration complexity was reduced tremendously. Going a step further, by creating AutoQoS VoIP, Cisco provided an even simpler way to configure QoS for VoIP traffic, with no requirement to understand QoS to make the network work well.

The QoS course includes a wonderful table comparing these three options, included here as Table 3-9, summarizing the comparison points between the three options.

Table 3-9 Comparisons of CLI, MQC, and AutoQoS

 

CLI

MQC

AutoQoS

Ease of Use

Poor

Easier

Simple

Ability to Fine Tune

OK

Very Good

Very Good

Time to Implement

Longest

Average

Shortest

Modularity

Poor

Excellent

Excellent


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