QoS for Active Directory Packet from Head Office to Branch Office
I have setup the connection link between Head Office and Branch office through MPLS link. The maximum bandwidth between Head office and Branch office is 1Mbps.
The Active Directory server is located in Head office and it needs to send traffic from the server to Branch office. They require to set dedicated 128Kbps for active directory traffic from Head office to Branch office.
So, in 1Mbps, there is 128Kbps for active directory traffic and the rest of bandwidth is best effort.
Did you ever implement a configuration to resolve this problem? I have a similar situation with several remote MPLS sites with very limited bandwidth that are suffering from active directory replication problems due to link saturation among other things.
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