At the moment I'm using 6-7 gateways for our Internet connection for different traffics. I was thinking of combining all these links to one high speed link but before doing it I need to make sure if there is anyway that I can assign a minimum bandwidth to incoming traffic. For example I want to allocate 10% to SMTP, 10% to http,...
I know that I can do it with MQC for outgoing traffic but not sure how to do it for incoming terrific as well.
Thanks for your help in advance.
Depending on the product and IOS version, you can do ingress queuing using the ASR-1000 series.
Ingress traffic can be classified and scheduled at the SIP10, so the high-priority traffic reaches the ESP10 before any other traffic. The classification could be done based on the priority of the ingress packets. No ingress remarking is done by default. The ingress packets classification is based on 802.1p (Ethernet priority), Multiprotocol Label Switching experimental bits for priority (MPLS EXP), and IP Precedence or IP differentiated services code point (DSCP) for both IPv4 and IPv6. Priority is then determined based on this classification. Cisco ASR 1000 Series Routers have a specific non-MQC command-line interface (CLI) to customize this classification; for example: plim qos input map ip dscp queue < low-latency | 0>. In the case of Ethernet, you can configure this classification per VLAN.
Here is the link to the document:
BTW, nice name