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Configuring QoS Internet vs. VPN traffic

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I have a IPSEC Site to site VPN between our HQ and our second office. The traffic of the VPN tunnel includes VOIP and data (mainly connection to terminal services). Furthermore the same internet line (in our second office) is used for internet connection. I would like to ask if it is possible to configure QoS policy so that I can share 40% of the line for local internet and 60% for VPN (where 20% will be used for VOIP and 80% for data)?

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Possible?  Probably yes for egress, but you would want to give your VoIP priority over your local Internet traffic too.  e.g. something like 10% for VoIP, 50% for VPN data, and 40% for local Internet.

Ingress would be the ISP's egress, and as you likely have no control over that, with local Internet, your egress QoS, alone, won't work well.

However, if you dedicate an Internet link for VPN, and you only use it so you can control the other side's egress (e.g. ptp), QoS can work surprisingly well.  (Your local internet would have its own link too.)

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