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service-policy output statement interface vs interface .500 point-to-point

We are running AutoQoS but have recently migrated our WAN service that puts our IP connectivity to a sub-interface (interface serial0/1:0.500 point-to-point and a frame-relay interface-DLCI). In our prior WAN configuration we bound the IP address directly to the interface s0/1:0.

After the migration, the auto qos statement service-policy output AutQoS is still on the interface serial 0/1:0 . Should this service-policy statement be moved down to the serial 0/1:0.500 point-to-point in order to be effective? We have been experiencing QoS problems but I understand it could be many different places, but I wanted to start here.

Thanks

ryan

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Re: service-policy output statement interface vs interface .500

as a rule those are applied in a frame relay policy map.

Create the LLC policy

Create the Frame Relay Policy map (and refer to the LLC policy map in the Frame Relay Config)

Apply the Frame Relay Policy Map to the subinterface (to the DLCI).

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