Thanks for your reply. Although, im still a little confised. Below is my access list and ive also included a snippet from the QOS book by Wendel.
Extended IP access list RDP
10 permit tcp any any eq 3389 (325411 matches)
"LLQ actually polices the PQ based on the configured bandwidth. By doing so, the packets in the queue that are forwarded still have very low latency, but LLQ also prevents the low-latency traffic from consuming more than its configured amount of bandwidth. By discarding excess traffic, LLQ can still provide bandwidth guarantees to the non-priority queues. The policing function works like policing as described in Chapter 6, but it is automatic in the low-latency queueno additional policing configuration is required."
When I police the queue to 56000, i get really bad performance from RDP. I should expect the same from using the priority 56 commands, except the class will always be serviced first?
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