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To configure congestion-avoidance mechanisms
IT professionals with a thorough knowledge of networking concepts and Cisco technology basics who wish to extend their knowledge in the specific area of Quality of Service
Completion of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND) or Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) courses is preferred; knowledge of configuring Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
Congestion Avoidance identify the problems that TCP congestion-management mechanisms face on converged networks. identify how random early detection (RED) improves TCP traffic flow and assists traffic avoidance. given a scenario, broadly determine how congestion avoidance could be implemented on TCP traffic with random early detection (RED). identify the various weighted random early detection (WRED) profiles that are used in WRED implementations. identify the Cisco IOS commands required to configure and monitor class-based weighted random early detection (CB-WRED). identify the Cisco IOS commands required to configure explicit congestion notification (ECN) extensions to weighted random early detection (WRED) and to monitor ECN-enabled WRED. given a scenario, determine a course of action for configuring DSCP-based, class-based weighted random early detection (CB-WRED) and explicit congestion notification (ECN).