Application Visibility and Control question

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So 8 queues for categorizing and prioritizing traffic but.... is that 8 queues per policy? Or do I only have 8 queues and they apply the same to all my policies?

IE - If I want to put Netflix traffic in the background queue on my "Guest" policy but I want Netflix traffic to have a higher priority on my "Big Boss" policy, can I do that?
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intvlan1shut

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Abby S, Employee

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Yes, you can do that. You can create separate classifier maps and apply them to each policy. You create the classifier map in Configuration - Advanced Configuration - QoS - Classifier Map and apply it in the Network Policy - Additional Settings - QoS Settings. You can also set rate limits per user profile or block Netflix altogether using the Firewall policy within each user profile
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Thank you Abby for the quick and thorough reply. I really do appreciate it. This is one of the things that had me looking at Meraki about a year and a half ago. I'm excited to see it being implemented within Aerohive's products.

You also answered what would have been a follow up question...RE: "You can also set rate limits per user profile or block Netflix altogether using the Firewall policy within each user profile"

I've got a few more questions but I'll have to post them in a bit.

Thanks again Abby.
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I am so incredibly excited about this.