Ryan Adzima explains that wireless QoS is not only on by default, but also that it gets interesting when you need to tweak default wireless QoS settings for specific use cases like life-saving devices. Ethan Banks and Ryan Adzima discuss this topic in an excerpt from recent Heavy Networking podcast.
To hear the rest of this discussion on wireless QoS, listen to the Packet Pushers’ Heavy Networking podcast episode #472.
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