Which are the scenarios where Dynamic QOS Policies can be used? (Choose two)
- The QoS policy is applied only till the voice call is active
- QoS is used for mobile users when they move from one office to another
- QoS is removed after the user has completed watching the youtube video.
- QoS is applied when a user opens a Facebook webpage.
Dynamic QoS policies can be used in the following scenarios:
The QoS policy is applied only while a voice call is active: This allows the network to prioritize voice traffic, ensuring that it is delivered with the highest quality and minimal delay.
QoS is applied for mobile users when they move from one office to another: This allows the network to adjust the QoS policy based on the user’s location, ensuring that they receive the best possible service no matter where they are.
Dynamic QoS policies are typically not used to remove QoS after a user has completed watching a YouTube video or opened a Facebook webpage. These policies generally are designed to prioritize certain types of traffic (such as voice or video) based on specific conditions, rather than to remove QoS after a particular action has been completed.