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Differentiated Services Codes

Saturn
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Registered: ‎30-07-2007

Differentiated Services Codes

As I have completely lost confidence in PN configuring an account change (it's taken 4 months and counting to get my 21CN service working) I want to be able to verify the service I am getting.  I have elected to have the Pro add-on but I have little confidence that it has been applied properly.  I therefore want to obtain the differentiated service codes applied by the Ellacoyas so that I can see for myself using Wireshark.
Does anyone have the codes for the titanium, gold, gold plated, silver, bronze and best effort etc services?
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Community Gaffer
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Re: Differentiated Services Codes

The information you're after is available here: http://community.plus.net/library/faults/using-wireshark-for-data-capture/#queues
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 Chris Parr
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Saturn
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Re: Differentiated Services Codes

Thanks Chris, that was painless and much more helpful than the fine fellow who answered my ticket with "I'm sorry to say though that we do not publish or provide this level of information."
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Re: Differentiated Services Codes

Is that table still correct?
The traffic management page includes extra categories for "Gold Plated" and "Best Effort". Are these denoted by the 0x60 and 0x00 values, that are listed as additional "Gold" and "Bronze" values?
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Saturn
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Re: Differentiated Services Codes

I interpreted it as you have indicated.
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Re: Differentiated Services Codes

Quote from: WWWombat
Are these denoted by the 0x60 and 0x00 values, that are listed as additional "Gold" and "Bronze" values?

Yes they are.

Bob Pullen
Plusnet Product Team
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