I have multiple spoke routers with FR to the service provider and on the hub side I am using IMA( atm multiplexing), and isdn as the backup for all these.
On both sides of the networks I have voice data coming on vlan 2, which is configured as sup-interface on the ethernet on the inside of every router. And data is coming on vlan 1 which is another sub interface on the ethernet.
Is there any QOS sample config, so that voice will have more priority over data in case of congestion in both direction.
Using the QOS MQC with Policy-maps and Class-maps can get you what you need for prioritization. Implementation of these and thier performance varies greatly on the platform you are using. Here is a link giving examples (see policy-map).
As I said in previous email, this will depend on what type HW /router platform you have as to how this will be implemented. Service policies might only work on physical interfaces on your platform. Will putting this on your physical interface work for you? Since you are marking/policing on egress you could also try this on ingress to get the same results as well.
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