Enabling Priority Queuing on the ISDN interface of a Cisco 800 Router
We have enabled PQ to prioritize Telnet and printing traffic across the ISDN link. When the interface is not congested, the test print job takes 2-3 seconds. When we cause congestion by downloading a file in the background via FTP the print job takes 7 - 10 seconds. Is this the expected behaviour when PQ kicks due to a congested interface or should the priority traffic see the "same" performance as when the interface is not congested?
Re: Enabling Priority Queuing on the ISDN interface of a Cisco 8
Thanks for the feedback.
Yes - PQ is configured on both sides of the link.
Yes - we have run the test without PQ - and were seeing very poor times (as expected) - around 1 minute for the same print job. So PQ is helping, I just wanted to get a feel for the overhead that PQ should place on the router when it kicks in?
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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