thanks for the link, which gives me more confidence on configuring for IPSec tunnels. One query though is that the CIR or at least the sync speed of the links varies on a daily/weekly basis depending on line quality. SO how should I specify bandwidths?
as a rule of thumb when setting the bandwidth: at least make sure, that there is enough for your CITRIX class. In case the speed varies it still means that there will be a guaranty of say 512 kbps (or any other value which makes sense in your environment) to this traffic. Anything else will "battle for the rest".
Queueing is only involved, when there is an overload situation detected (HW queue full). So I would be cautious in setting bandwidth. A too high value hurts and a too low value does not.
Also be aware, that you only can control the output interface, i.e. what you send to the ISP. You cannot prioritize the return traffic without the help of the ISP. It is his interface towards you which would require qos settings as well (presumably).
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