"1) Is this configuration correct to address this issue on both ends ? ... "
Insufficient information. Without knowing your WAN technology, there could be congestion within something like a WAN cloud.
That noted, on your first part of your example, you show your policy being applied inbound (input) and on the second part applied outbound (output). Normally would expect an outbound policy on both ends.
Also you're only marking, and again without knowing your WAN technology and topology, that might be insufficient.
"2) How do I know that the QoS is working per the configuration .... "
Show "show policy-map interface" would provide you some stats. Beyond that, SLA tests that confirm your expectations.
"3) Any other way to do the above task ?"
Probably, but again, need more information before making specific suggestions.
On later IOSs, at least most routers, NBAR can match against Citrix traffic. Also offers the abililty to match against the type of Citrix packet. (Unsure whether it would properly handle Citrix traffic on a non-"Citrix" port.)
but what i have dont for him is i made the bisic Qos condig inregard to his config
i have randamly assigned the bandwidth but what i wanted to do is to make defrence between what has done and what the config should look regardless the technolgy in use i mean just the idea of matching and then give the bandwidth or policy upon the class map
again if he put more info we can give more presice solusions
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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