URGENT: QoS Design on Data Center MPLS - MediaNet Question...
I am posting this in hopes I can get some guidance from anyone who has done this in the field. We have a large enterprise customer with 21 sites all around the world, they have Verizon MPLS and are experiencing QoS related issues on their WAN regarding Video/Voice. We have proposed remediating their network acccording to the Enterprise QoS SRND 3.3 and the new MediaNet SRND to account for Video and TP QoS (
Here is the problem/question that was proposed in our presales meeting and I honestly don't know where to look for an answer... I am not asking for anyone to design a solution for me, just merely point me in the right direction:
The Data Center has a ~40MB MPLS Connection ( full mesh ) into the cloud ( Verizon )
Site A has a 8MB connection
Site B has a 4MB connection
I know on the Service policy and the interfaces at SiteA and SiteB I can assign "Bandwidth xxxx" and use ~95% of the bandwidth to do queuing and shaping/policing ect. I am not concerned with SiteA and SiteB, that I think I can handle...
Question was posed from the customer, "How can we ensure at the DataCenter level the 40MB MPLS is "chopped" up so that only 8MB of the total speed goes to SiteA ALONG with an attached QoS policy designed for that specific site, as well as ensure only 4MB goes to SiteB with an attached QoS policy.
So I am looking for a way to allocate bandwith per site on the DC 40MB connection going into the cloud ( so that SiteB cannot use more than 4MB ) and attach a MediaNet specific QoS Service policy to that site. The customer does not have seperate MPLS circuits for each site, they all come into the DC on 40MB shared ethernet connection ( no VC, or dedicated circuits to other sites ).
Re: URGENT: QoS Design on Data Center MPLS - MediaNet Question..
I am glad that helps. This makes my day:)
Just for your information, if you have sub-interfaces defined on the LAN side, for example, int g0/1.10 for Data traffic while G0/1.20 for Voice traffic, then don't apply the same policy statement "service-policy output To_Spokes" to int G0/1.20, because it would cause your voice call even between extensions choppy.
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