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Internet access very slow


I have a problem in the company, because due to discharge rate of use of the internet, the same is very slow.

Does some form exist of prioritizing the access the internet for some machines, how the one of the president and director of the company?

Is the gateway a router Cisco 7200 and the ios it's 12.1, does some command exist in the ios that prioritizes this access for some ip's?

In case affirmative would have as doing a descriptive of this configuration?

Thank you very much.

New Member

Re: Internet access very slow

I take it there is not high utilization on the links to the internet?

Have you considered using NBAR and/or netflow to analyze the network traffic and see if there is non-critical traffic that could be eleminated?

Super Bronze

Re: Internet access very slow

You should been able to easily prioritize traffic outbound to the Internet, one problem that often remains, you also need to prioritize traffic inbound from the Internet. The latter is very difficult to effectively accomplish unless you can configure, or specific the configuration, for your ISP's router. Besides actual prioritization, fair queuing alone might suffice. (Again, ideally on both outbound sides of your Internet link.)

For outbound, you might try something like this.

policy-map CBWFQ

class class-default


interface serial #/#

service-policy outbound CBWFQ