Re: Low latency Queue(LLQ) maximum bandwidth allocated - QoS
It is up to you: you can allocate as much as you can. But world practice shows that by allocating more that 35-50% to real-time traffic (LLQ [Voice + Video]) might cause you some problems. (Cisco AVVID Network Infrastructure Enterprise Quality of Service Design Solutions Reference Network Design)
Also remember the 75% rule: by default CISCO will let you allocate only 75% of available bandwidth. Using max-bandwidth command you can change the % portion to 100% if you need.
Configuring LLQ usually you need to thing about minimum of 3 aspects:
1. How much to be allocate for Priority queue
0 - 35%
2.How much to be allocated for other defined classes
Do not forget about default class: all unclassified traffic will fall under default class
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