I use a GRE multipoint tunnel interface for dial backup catcher. What I want to do is apply QOS to the incoming GRE tunnels in catcher. Is there a way to dynamicaly apply QOS to a multipoint tunnel when it is formed?
I currently want the same QOS setting on each tunnel, but I believe if I apply it to the multipoint tunnel it will apply QOS to the cunulitave traffic rather than the individual streams. Right?
Applying it on the incomming interface of the remote defeats the purpose.
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