I am getting conflicting advice on which method to use for my WAN.
I have multiple sites with FR connections into an MPLS cloud. The hub end is 1.5M, with spokes of 768K, 512K, 384K, and 256K.
The requirement is for cisco voice traffic mixed with data.
Can anyone detail the functional differences between using an MQC approach using "shape Average" or "frame-relay traffic-rate" commands within policy maps, then finally applied under the DLCI using the "class" command, versus having a map-class with CIR etc. set and "frame-relay traffic-shaping" applied at the interface and the map-class applied at the sub-interface.
Does the queueing ultimately happen the same way?
Please let me know if more info is needed.