I was wondering if it would be possible to do prioritization based on IP subnets? I have one subnet for internet access but runs through the same switches as the most important traffic. How could I give priority to the more important subnet? Thanks in advance!
Not a simple question, but basically the bandwidth limits you set are only in cases where there is not enough bandwidth. If you give a class 95%, and 95% is available, it gets it. The exception is LLQ - "priority" keyword - where anything that exceeds the LLQ bandwidth is dropped. I.e., you can burst UP into LLQ bandwidth if it's available, but you can't burst down (exceed LLQ limits).
*Generally* (and it's a HUGE generalization), you use switches to mark traffic at the edge and use routers to enforce the limits, at least at remote sites. You can do limits on switches but it is not easy (compared to MQC).
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