I configure my Cisco Router 861 for VPN Site-to-Site with ASA 5510, but when i uses all bandwith on my remote office i have troubles with my voice ip telephone (SIP), somebody knows how to fix this trouble with QoS?, i review that´s Cisco Router 861 only support Class-Based WFQ (CBWFQ).
Can you draw out the topology end-to-end for this call? That will help potentially with the specifics of what you'll need to do.
The short answer is you need to shape the interface to the speed of your upload bandwidth, and apply a priority queue inside the shaper:
class-map match-any rtp match ip rtp 16384 16383 class-map match-any voice-control match dscp cs3 af31 match protocol mgcp match protocol h323 match protocol sip match protocol skinny
policy-map voice-qos class rtp priority set dscp ef class voice-control bandwidth set dscp class class-default fair-queue random-detect dscp-based set dscp 0
policy-map shaper class class-default shape average 3000000 service-policy voice-qos
interface service-policy output shaper
Estimate either .25K of signaling traffic per phone/gateway across the link, or 8K (whichever number is *greater*). You can find out how much bandwidth you will need for RTP traffic with the voice-call bandwidth calculator found here:
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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