DSCP Names and binary

DSCP/CS Names and binary;

“CS x”: First 3 binary digits determine the value of “x”. Last 3 digits will be zero.

“AF xy” : First 3 binary digits determine the value of  “x”. Last 3 digit would be 010,100,110 for y=1,2,3 respectively.

Value Binary Name
Precedence 0 000 Routine
Precedence 1 001 Priority
Precedence 2 010 Immediate
Precedence 3 011 Flash
Precedence 4 100 Flash override
Precedence 5 101 Critic
Precedence 6 110 Internetwork control
Precedence 7 111 Network control
DSCP 0 000000 Default / Best-effort / BE / CS0
DSCP 8 001000 CS1
DSCP 16 010000 CS2
DSCP 24 011000 CS3
DSCP 32 100000 CS4
DSCP 40 101000 CS5
DSCP 48 110000 CS6
DSCP 56 111000 CS7
DSCP 10 001010 AF11
DSCP 12 001100 AF12
DSCP 14 001110 AF13
DSCP 18 010010 AF21
DSCP 20 010100 AF22
DSCP 22 010110 AF23
DSCP 26 011010 AF31
DSCP 28 011100 AF32
DSCP 30 011110 AF33
DSCP 34 100010 AF41
DSCP 36 100100 AF42
DSCP 38 100110 AF43
DSCP 46 101110 EF (highest priority for voice) /AF53
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