The access to Internet from our company is ensure by a proxy server connected to a Cisco 3640 router. This router has directly connectivity to our ISP through 100Mbps link, but from the ISP our bandwidth is limited on 4 Mbps.
How can I configure QoS policy on Cisco 3640 FastEthernet interface to the ISP, in order to allocate for mail high precedence and 20% bandwidth from 4 Mbps, and for HTTP 60% from the bandwidth?
It is a strong request to have this policy aplied on Cisco 3640 router.
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