Is LLQ supported if your interface is config-ed with integrated bridging and routing? Cant find any docs to support or dispute it either way. Specifically, I have applied a service-policy to a WAN interface (T1) that is bridged. It took the command, but I'm not seeing matches on my access-lists or policy-maps. Thanks in advance!
A better question is why would you bridge, especially across a WAN link. I am not surprised that there are no matches on your access lists, because they are probably set for IP and the traffic is being bridged and therefore are not being processed by the policies.
Basicly, bridging across a WAN is bad, Routing across a WAN is good.
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