Hi All, really need some help here... Long running issue with an MGCP gateway connected to a QoS enabled ADSL circuit. The circuit runs at 2048K down and 256K up. Now the QoS profile which is applied to a ppp dialer is as follows:
class-map match-any Voice-Input-Class
match ip precedence 5
match ip dscp ef
match protocol skinny
set ip precedence 5
My first question is, wouldn't having a 200K strict priority queue like this purely for voice and signalling (i know not best practice) on a circuit with a maximum upstream bw of 256K completely starve out any other traffic heading upstream on this circuit?
Second, shouldn’t i see packets matched in the strict priority queue below? I do see them being remarked...
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