You may not need to creat interent class because its so diverse ip range and protocol range[unknown]. Probably create class map for your office traffic[IP subnet you already know], and fall other thing in internet traffic.
Or second option is to have it ACL or PDLM base on NBAR mechanism.
Or " Have it ACL base on http/https" Ex : ip-access list permit 10/20 ip any http/https.
I do not have my lab up, so cna not send you exact command.
Thanks for the reply, you are right dscp EF should not be used to classify this kind of traffic - my example was only to clarify how to separate internet traffic - the classification was exaggerated, sorry for my precipitation!
In your config you are considering that there is no corporate web traffic between central and remote location, if there is a internal web (port tcp/80) application it will be marked with the same dscp cs4 as an internet web access.
Hi Selva Kathir,
Do you pretend to prioritize only web traffic or all internet traffic except corporate traffic? Can you identify the kind of corporate traffic that is used between central and remote office (tcp and udp port numbers)? This kind of traffic is also used on the internet? If the internet is only to web access and there is no corporate web application the Jignesh example is the way to go (I only add https):
ip access-list extended Internet permit tcp any any eq www permit tcp any any eq 443
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