I have a quick question and I hope it is just to verify. I need to move some traffic to a the high priority queue and it is base on the type of traffic. Here is the ACL I am planning on using using and the calling that ACL in the QoS template.
ip accesss-list extended ipp5
remark to prioritize contact center traffic
permit tcp any any eq 31452
permit tcp any any any eq 31454
permit udp any any eq 31453
And then call it from the QoS template.
qos map setprecedence 30
match dscp 46
match dscp ef
match list ipp5
set precedence 5
Is this going to work. I need to move that traffic as it is what our contact center app uses and is getting squeezed out at times.
It is an Adtran router, the AOS is very similar to an IOS. This setup a while back by someone else and I need to tweak it a bit. The QoS template does work but the was squeezing out traffic for the call center app at our remote sites and it is considered critical.
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