I know this is not specifically Wireshark problem, but people here are more likely done this themselves.
All packets shows DSCP values being 0x00 (default), how can I get DSCP configurations to work in Windows 7 (x64 pro)?
I have configured them like this:
Stuff I've tried, without help:
Update: I found out that using
Update: This is probably a bug in Windows 7, other people seem to have a same problem in QoS Policy MSDN thread.
asked 01 Dec '10, 03:19
edited 12 Dec '10, 07:40
I found an answer, thanks goes to xedoc in speedguide.net
Use following registry file to circumvent Domain Joined limitation of Win7:
That is, create REG_SZ “
answered 06 Jan ‘11, 05:40
Is your computer part of a domain?
Check out the Microsoft QoS Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/wndp/archive/2009/01/28/qos-in-windows-7.aspx
The discussion includes a statement from the QoS program manager: "I forgot to point out in my response to Aibulat that a client computer (running Win7 client SKU) has to be domain-joined in order for the local QoS policies to be effective."
answered 07 Dec '10, 10:57