I'm about to set up a video conference system between branches over our provider's mpls network. It would look like the following:
video equip (10.5.5.5) -> (fa0/1) branch (s0/0) -> provider -> (s0/0) corp (fa0/1) -> video equipment (10.7.7.7)
QoS has been applied at both ends (Branch/Corp) from the provider's viewpoint. I need to know how the best way to handle qos would be. Below is what I'm thinking:
access-list 20 permit host 10.5.5.5
match ip address 20
match ip dscp af41
set dscp af41
service-policy input Inbound
service-policy output Outbound
This is all from my head above, so I figure the syntax isn't 100% correct. My goal is to ensure that the incoming traffic from the device is marked with AF41. On the Corp side, I would have another policy map INBOUND that states to match on the AF41 and then I'm assuming that I would set my bandwidth statements on Outbound on the Corp fa0/1 side? That's where I'm confused.
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