Is there anyway or logs debugs etc... to see if Meraki is doing QoS?
Basically I have MS350 switch stacks on each floor and Cisco IP 8851 phones connected to them.
Phone VLANs are 118,119,120,121 per floor respectively.
The phones are on its on separate dedicated POE link and vlan meaning PC's do not connect in the back of them.
The MS 350 switches are setup in L2 fashion and are not doing any L3. L3 and SVI's are performed on our Cisco Catalyst Core switch.
Each stack connects back to the Core Catalyst switch over port-channels using 2 links (20G total).
I noticed that maybe once a day or couple times a week some calls are becoming 1 way audio.
On the Core, i have auto default QoS service policy's that are on the trunk links between floors.
service-policy input AutoQos-4.0-Trust-Cos-Input-Policy
service-policy output AutoQos-4.0-Output-Policy
But when i look at the command to see if anything is matching, nothing seems to be matching, it all seems to be in the class-default queue.
So back to my question, are their any way I can see the QoS is being trusted correctly like in CLI Cisco world to view if stuff is actually working?
Is at least the Meraki side look ok?
I have attached some photos of the settings i have on the Meraki's.
These are the 4 voice vlans.
This is a sample phone port. I did not put the vlan under the voice vlan since the PC is not piggy backing off the phones as mentioned above.