What is the function of a QoS trust boundary?
- A trust boundary identifies the location where traffic cannot be remarked.
- A trust boundary only allows traffic to enter if it has previously been marked.
- A trust boundary identifies which devices trust the marking on packets that enter a network.
- A trust boundary only allows traffic from trusted endpoints to enter the network.
Explanation: Network traffic is classified and marked as close to the source device as possible. The trust boundary is the location where the QoS markings on a packet are trusted as they enter an enterprise network.
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