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A Simple Quality of Service Design Example

I've written another blog post for the Arista corporate blog! This time, it's on the basics of how to turn on the Quality of Service feature in EOS and start picking out various classes of traffic to treat them better/worse than normal.

EOS Central does require that you create a free login to read blog articles, unfortunately. I'm a little biased, but I'd suggest it might be worth the effort!

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