Quality of Service (QoS) DSCP Marking is used to determine traffic classification for network traffic. This can be used to determine which network traffic requires higher bandwidth, is higher priority, and more likely to drop packets.
The default Zoom DSCP marking values are 56 for audio, 40 for video, and 40 for signaling. You can update audio and video values to allow a network administrator to adjust the priority for Zoom audio and video on their network.
To enable and configure the DSCP marking values for Zoom:
- Sign into Zoom and click Account Settings.
- Click Edit in the In Meeting (Advanced) section of the page.
- Enable the DSCP marking option.
- Specify new values for Audio and Video.