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QOS for rdp traffic

Here is what I would like to do.....

We have an MPLS that connects our main office with our 7 branch offices.  We have 3Mb coming into the main office and 1.5 into all of the branch offices.  I would like to give rdp traffic the highest priority.  We have a Cisco 1841 at all branches and a Cisco 2811 at the main office. Do I have to configure QOS on all routers or just the one at the main location?  Any suggestions on the best way to configure this?

Thanks,

Mike

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Re: QOS for rdp traffic

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You probably should have an egress policy on all your sites, something like:

policy-map sample

class rdp

priority percent #

class class-default

fair-queue

You'll also want to find out from you MPLS vendor what QoS support they provide (sometimes an extra cost option), and then take advantage of it.

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Re: QOS for rdp traffic

I would think that you could just give port 3389 traffic the same dscp marking as voice traffic. I would set it up I GNS3 and test it first.

Yes, setup qos at all sites

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Re: QOS for rdp traffic

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Posting

You probably should have an egress policy on all your sites, something like:

policy-map sample

class rdp

priority percent #

class class-default

fair-queue

You'll also want to find out from you MPLS vendor what QoS support they provide (sometimes an extra cost option), and then take advantage of it.

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QOS for rdp traffic

Thanks for all the replies.  Do I put this egress policy on the serial interface of all the routers?  Is it exactly the same on all the routers?

Thanks again.

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QOS for rdp traffic

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In   no event shall Author be liable for any damages whatsoever (including,   without limitation, damages for loss of use, data or profit) arising  out  of the use or inability to use the posting's information even if  Author  has been advised of the possibility of such damage.

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Yes, policy would be applied to outbound egress interface, i.e. probably your serial interfaces.

A policy like the the "sample" might be applied to all routers, unless you need different percentage or want to deal with some special traffic that's unique per site.

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QOS for rdp traffic

Great, thanks.

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