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Fair-Queue on Serial Interfaces that belong to Multilink Group

I have 2 T1's bundled in a Multilink Group.  I have a QOS Policy assigned to the Multilink interface for prioritizing VOIP packets.  Everything that I read tells me that the serial interfaces themselves should have "no fair-queue" set and I currently have it that way.  I have noticed that our latency across the Private Lines that make up the Multilink Group is all over the place, nothing consistant with what a private line should look like.  As a test one night I enabled "fair-queue" on the serial interfaces and my latency numbers dropped big time making the connection look like a Private Line again.  I am puzzled on what configuration I am using and why I saw the results that I did.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated. 

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Re: Fair-Queue on Serial Interfaces that belong to Multilink Gro

Sometime, documentation or common advice is wrong, and you find the best results by trial and error.

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Re: Fair-Queue on Serial Interfaces that belong to Multilink Gro

Thanks for the reply.  I will have to do some more testing to qualify this.  What is your opininion on the use of the command "ppp multilink fragment disable" on a Multilink interface?  It seems that my research shows that is a good thing to have in place.

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Re: Fair-Queue on Serial Interfaces that belong to Multilink Gro

Fragmentation should be disabled for most cases and uses.

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