We have an asa5510 firewall and have switched over to a VOIP PBX system. I am trying to get it setup to have the SIP traffice the highest priority, and I am getting confused. Everything I read and have tried does not seem to work. We have a 20 MB fiber coming in and right now the phone system is not set on a different vlan. I am leaning on moving it to a seperate vlan, but we have plenty of bandwith, that is why I didn't set it up that way in the first place. Here is what I have for our policies. We are running 8.0(2).
policy-map type inspect dns preset_dns_map
message-length maximum 512
police output 1500000 1500
police input 1500000 1500
service-policy global-policy global
service-policy qos interface outside
service-policy public-policy interface public
Our priority-queue stats are:
Priority-Queue Statistics interface outside
Queue Type = BE Tail Drops = 0 Reset Drops = 0 Packets Transmit = 37891679 Packets Enqueued = 0 Current Q Length = 0 Max Q Length = 0
Queue Type = LLQ Tail Drops = 0 Reset Drops = 0 Packets Transmit = 0 Packets Enqueued = 0 Current Q Length = 0 Max Q Length = 0
So it looks like nothing is going through LLQ. What is the best way to get this setup. I have read the following, but the only thing I don't have, and maybe it is the problem is I don't have policeing setup.
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