Normaly When we use a Metro Ethernet, ISP limit the bandwidth based on the contract.
In this case We contracted 10Mbps but the Physical bandwidth is 1Gbps and then If I configure the QoS like above, this will not work out, because ISP is not interest in our traffic priority, they are only interest in bandwidth even though QoS Configuration. So When we send more than 10Mbps, They will discard some packet including the EIGRP & HTTP.
So Resolution is We should send less than 10Mbps to guarantee EIGRP & HTTP traffic.
Is that right ?
Another question is
If I configure the bandwidth of an interface gig 1/1 from 1Gbps to 10Mbps, Is the traffic is limited to 10Mbps ?
All the queues bandwidth split is all based on the bandwidth what we configure on the interface .
And you are correct , if the total traffic is coming to 10M and some exceeding packets also cross the interface and reach the SP , he might drop the packet and we may not know whether its eigrp or http or other traffic.But the traffic reaching the ISP would not exceed 10M bcos your queues are limited and would drop the packet once the limit is reached .
If you want to make sure that your Eigrp packets should be prioritised , then it can be made as priority queue ( LLQ ) , so that they are always sent first.
You can also add by do a shaping of a total of 10M , so that only 10M traffic reaches the SP .
Just read the below link where it gives an idea to do shaping on sub-interface , but you can also do the same on gig interface.
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