My approch for traffic engineering is on the proactive side.
I would take steps to prevent congestion in the network at the very first place, rather than facing the congestion and then managing it.
In case congestion occurs momentariely in the wan link then quequing can solve the purpose but if the duration of the congestion is more, then you can try compression scheme and still if you are not able to overcome congestion then you will have to increase WAN bandwidth.
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