Which method of output queuing is supported on the Cisco ASA appliance?
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The Cisco ASA appliance supports priority queuing for output queuing.
Priority queuing is a type of queuing method in which high-priority traffic is always given priority over low-priority traffic. In this method, the high-priority packets are dequeued and transmitted first, while the low-priority packets are queued and transmitted only when there is no high-priority traffic waiting.
CBWFQ (Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing), WFQ (Weighted Fair Queuing), and custom queuing are all queuing methods that allow for more granular control over how traffic is prioritized and transmitted, but they are not supported on the Cisco ASA appliance.
MDRR (Modified Deficit Round Robin) is a queuing method that provides weighted fair queuing and priority queuing, but it is also not supported on the Cisco ASA appliance.
In summary, the only output queuing method supported on the Cisco ASA appliance is priority queuing.