when QoS is applied on a WAN line, is there an explicit need to priorize routing protocols (e.g. eigrp sent to priority queue) or is vital system communication implicitely treated with high priority without dedicated configuration ?
By default the available bandwith is the 75% bandwith of the bandwidth configured on the interface.If your interface bandwidth is 2 Mbps , Your available bandwidth will be 2x 0.75 = 1.5 Mbps. The rest is dedicated to traffic like keepalives, routing updates,CDP, etc
So when you apply QoS, you will be using the 75% bandwidth for your data like Voice, video,etc
To change the Available bandwidth use the command on the interface : max-reserved-bandwidth xx
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