The company is currently looking at possibilities of running the WAN on Ethernet technologies. The current WAN is running on a mix of FR and ATM (ATM at HQ and FR at branches). I've setup QoS on the routers based on DSCP precedence bits for different applications. What I wanted to know is whether I'll still be able to setup QoS (liek what I did before) on this new Ethernet WAN or not. I don't see any reason why not but I just wanted to know whether someone out there already has some experience with this. Thanks.
Thanks for your replies. I'm also a bit concern with traffic shaping on FEthernet. It's 100Mbps but we'll only be using a portion of it so I guess that I'll have to configure TS. Do you know of any Cisco links that shows sample TS config on Ethernet? And QoS on Ethernet for that matter? Thanks.
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