I have to configure an effective priority mechanism upon traffic moving out and coming in my company via my Cisco 1605 router over frame relay.
I only know basic cisco commands and I am not familiar with frame relay configuration. My frame relay has been confugured by a third party and is working fine.
I have tried to configure priority using the following commands:
ON MY SERIAL INTERFACE: priority-group 1
MY PRIORITY GROUP: priority-list 1 protocol ip high list 112
MY ACCESS LIST:
access-list 112 permit ip host A host B
access-list 112 deny ip any any
As you can guess I want traffic between the two public addresses A and B to be handled with top priority - where A is one of my IP addresses and B is on another network in another country. Ideally I would like to acheive full bandwidth when A is communicating with B, irrespective of other traffic going through my internet router.
However, the traffic does not seems to be what I want and I have the impression that my configuration might not be correct. I am browsing cisco docs and I can understand that there are 3 ways that I could go about this problem using these 3 different commands
1. frame-relay priority-group
2. frame-relay ip rtp priority
3. priority (which I am using)
Can someone advise which one is best suited for me? and how to configure?
That would be tremendous help.
Thanks in advance for your comments and advice.