Re: QoS: Feedback on 2 ways to configure QoS on a Cisco Router
We're assuming your router only has two interfaces (LAN/WAN) and the IOS supports method 1. My preference is method 1 since it keeps the QoS configuration smaller and easier, I think, to understand.
Method 1 also allows bypassing the need for marking the packet with the same QoS results (except for tagged packets).
There are many other factors, though, that might merit one approach vs. another. For instance, if you want to police traffic, just as with ACL, you might want to do that upon interface ingress rather than interface egress; method 2 could have an ingress policer. If there were other interfaces on the router, they might push for a different selection based on other requirements.
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