I have a Cisco 1801 router connected to the Internet configured wit NAT. An outbound service-policy is configured on the public interface to prioritise an application which is working.
I want to prioritise traffic from one of my wireless clients also so I have configured an extra policy on the interface that the wireless access point is connected to (The wireless AP is not running NAT)
service-policy input PRENATMAP
class-map match-any PRENAT
match access-group name PRENATACL
set qos-group 1
ip access-list extended PRENATACL
permit ip host 192.168.1.120 any
I can see traffic being sent by this device but the policy map is showing no matches. I am using the "qos-group" so that I can priortise this traffic after it has been NAT'ed on the public interface and therefore I don't know the source IP anymore.
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