I have several remote sites with frame relay connections back to a corporate site through two PVCs at each remote site(one goes directly to the corporate site, one routes through another secondary corporate site). I'm running QOS which is locking each PVC down to 256k mincir. I'd like to route our VOIP traffic over one PVC and data traffic over the other, however, I'd like the data PVC to burst above mincir. Is there a way to configure the PVC bandwidth separately? The current configuration locks both PVCs down to 256K. I tried cheating by configuring 512K mincir, but that resulted in occasional issues with choppy voice so I need to restrict this to actual cir, which is 256K. However, that really slows down one of our apps that needs to talk to a database at our corporate site. I'd like to configure a route map to push VOIP over S0.16 and data over S0.17 and let S0.17 burst above 256K.
In order to confirm that applying this to the physical interface is working you would need to really have specific traffic monitoring of the innterface and DLCI's to get some indication of what the PVC's were doing.
A sample would be as below, with a different map-class meeting the requirements per PVC.
The class map is definitely working--I can detect the speed difference with the map applied and removed. I'll try applying the map to the individual DLCIs. If I do that, I assume I can omit the frame-relay traffic-shaping and ip rtp header compression statements on the physical interface?
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