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How to apply QOS and bandwidth management command on a Tunnel Interface

hello,

 

i have this command on my router but remote users uses all the bandwidth because i can't monitor what they are doing at the remote site.

 

please, how can i apply a bandwidth management command such as QOS, NBAR or Policing.

 

please, help on the below config how i can give bandwidth to a branch.

 

 

interface Tunnel24
 description INTERFACE TUNNEL TO BERLIN
 ip address 10.10.13.1 255.255.255.252
 tunnel source 192.27.5.2
 tunnel destination 3.27.150.14

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Hi,Have a lok at this link:

Hi,

Have a look at this link:-

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/quality-of-service-qos/qos-policing/10106-qos-tunnel.html

Regards

Alex

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Thanks for the link specified

Thanks for the link specified, but do i need to apply shaping to both the branch and the HQ?

will this below work on the tunnel interface;

 

interface Tunnel0 
  ip address 130.1.2.1 255.255.255.0 
  traffic-shape rate 500000 125000 125000 1000 
  tunnel source 10.1.1.1 
  tunnel destination 10.2.2.2
 

Hi,  if at all you are going

Hi,

 

 

if at all you are going to use the shaping. It is always good to use in both the devices.

 

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If your physical interface is the bottleneck, as often the case on remote side sites, what would be the advantage of shaping its device(s)?

you also using this link.

you also using this link. which gives you an example of QoS configuration 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/qos_classn/configuration/xe-3s/qos-classn-xe-3s-book/qos-classn-tunnel-gre.html

 

1. enable

2. configureterminal

3. class-map [match-all | match-any] class-map-name

4. matchip precedenceprecedence-value

5. exit

6. class-map [match-all | match-any] class-map-name

7. matchip dscpdscp-value

8. end

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    Posting

    The tunnel is on a router?  If so, you can apply a service policy, in or out or both, on the tunnel interface or (sometimes also and) the physical interface.

    Unable to make more specific suggestions because you haven't defined what your requirements for controlling bandwidth are.

    New Member

    The tunnel is on a router,

    The tunnel is on a router, remote users use up bandwidth at the HQ, we need to be able to control traffic for remote locations that are configured as tunnel.

    please, what is the best way?

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    Posting

    Well with tunnels, the "best way" often includes shapers to correspond to available bandwidth.  For example, if HQ had T3 and remote had T1, you would shape the traffic at HQ to remote at 1.5 Mbps.

    Depending on your available bandwidth, you might want a QoS policy at the bottlenecks.  Again, for an example of HQ with T3 and remote with T1, the HQ shaper would have a child policy while the remote would have a policy on the physical interface.

    New Member

    Please, can you all help on

    Please, can you all help on the configuration example by having the below

     

    HQ bandwidth----512KPS

    REMOTE; 64KPS

     

    what command is the best to apply and the best position to apply it maybe tunnel or physical interface.

    HQ

    interface Tunnel24
     description INTERFACE TUNNEL TO BERLIN
     ip address 10.10.13.1 255.255.255.252
     tunnel source 192.27.5.2
     tunnel destination 3.27.150.14

     

    REMOTE

    interface Tunnel24
     description INTERFACE TUNNEL TO BERLIN
     ip address 10.10.13.4 255.255.255.252
     tunnel source 3.27.150.14
     tunnel destination 192.27.5.2

     

    please, its urgent as i have tried my best its not working.

    Thanks

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    Posting

    What kind of physical WAN media and what speed are the interfaces?

    On the HQ side, you'll want to shape for the remote side's bandwidth, but how depends on the prior question.  (Also how depends on platform and IOS version.)

    New Member

    The medium is VSAT and the

    The medium is VSAT and the speed is 512kps.

     

    you are right on stating that the tunnel is only needs to be applied at the HQ.

     

    i would like to give each branch 64kps.

     

    The version of my IOS is v15 on some devices and ver 12.4 on some.

     

     

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