I googled but cant find anything about this. We have a diskless environment where our 28 client boots from ISCSI based diskless program called ccboot.
Now, the clients also need to access file share from a different win 2012 server using SMB protocol.
Problem is, the SMB traffic is quite big, usually the data transferred is in 2-4 GB size. And this causes some clients to reboot, maybe because 1GB environment is not enough to support this kind of scenario?
I'm not 100% sure that SMB traffic is causing the reboots, But i want to try limiting SMB / CIFS traffic from client side, is it possible? Client is running 1703 windows 10.
I have limited the SMB traffic from SMB server side using this method http://fixmyitsystem.com/2013/12/QOS01.html, but it doesn't seem to help, random reboot still happens.
Edit : i'm using these Iscsi server 10g > CRS226-24G-2S+RM > Tp link sg2452 The clients are connected to both switches, smb server is connected to tp link
I tried editing DSCP priority and schedule mode.. Schedule is saved, but DSCP priority always returns to blank value, even after pressing apply and save config.. any idea why? Sorry im completely new at managed switch.. managed switch DSCP