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Routing Specific Packets

I have 2 Cisco 2650 routers at my office, and I also have another office with 2 Cisco routers. I have a VPN that connects the two offices together. Also on my 2 2650 routers I provide a redirection service for clients. What I am trying to do is set the routers so that if a packet comes in from the other office, then the router will set that at a higher priority then the rest of the router traffic. That way if anyone was trying to access the VPN they should not be bogged down by all the other people using the routers for the redirection service.

Can this be done?

Nathan Landrum

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Re: Routing Specific Packets

I think this should be able to be done with an advance QoS configuration. I've included a link on QoS but you'll likely need to talk to a config tech at Cisco for help on it.

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Re: Routing Specific Packets

i would suggets using route-maps to change the ip precendence and then use QoS configuration

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