Using QoS Policy Manager 2.1
Table of ContentsPreface
Obtaining Technical Assistance
This preface describes who should read this guide, Using QoS Policy Manager, and lists its document conventions.
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This document is for network architects and designers, network administrators, and network management consultants and integration partners.
To use QoS Policy Manager, you should have a basic understanding of network management, TCP/IP, and the configuration of your network. You should know how to use Microsoft Windows NT or Microsoft Windows 2000.
This document uses the following conventions:
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