Your attachment shows a 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps conections to the WAN cloud. Are these bandwidths actually guaranteed by the WAN provider both a cloud edge and throught the cloud? Can any other traffic be on the WAN connected links bypass the 2621s?
1. Are these bandwidths actually guaranteed by the WAN provider both a cloud edge and throught the cloud? - No body knows. Provider did not answer me yet, but anyway, I want to know if my config is correct? Also I add ICMP to check if my config is correctand and as I see the ping result, it is not correct.
Can any other traffic be on the WAN connected links bypass the 2621s? - Yes, there is aprox. 2-4 Mbit/s of RDP, CIFS and HTTP.
It appears to be correct. However, it could also be ineffective, which might explain the poor ping results.
For it to be effective, all traffic has to be shaped. So, if there is other traffic that truly bypasses the router, you're priority traffic really isn't.
Second, the shaper must control the bandwidth. If the shaper's bandwidth restriction is larger than what the WAN cloud provides, congestion could form within the cloud were it might just be FIFO.
One issue that can also arise with WAN clouds, if multiple sources can send to the same destination, you'll either need to insure all combinations will not oversubscribe the egress bandwidth, or discover whether the WAN provider supports QoS beyond just FIFO and whether you can take advantage of it.
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