will the PAN-OS automatically trust markings applied by other systems on the network or do I need to make a policy in addition to the policy on the rest of the network?
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Yes, it process marking from other devices. Lets say if packet comes with QOS marking 2, than it applies respective QOS.
Let me know if that answers query.
and to "turn it on" so that it trusts and applies/honors the other systems do I need to make a policy or just apply max-bandwidth to the interface. as there is no "turn on check box" do I just make a default blank policy and apply the profile to the interface otherwise unconfigured?
To process anything in QOS, its required to configure entire QOS policy. Refer following document.
Its not just one command ot turn on QOS, but its full configuration just like other platforms.
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