- What is the problem you want to solve with your policy?
- What is the interface type and speed you apply the policy to?
- Can you post the interface config?
- Can you post the output of "show policy-map interface"?
- Are you aware that queueing will only be effective, if the interface is overloaded?
In case no overload condition exists, all traffic is sent at line rate, i.e. there is no different behaviour to be seen.
Also be aware that the priority queue has a policer configured with it, which will drop excess packets ONLY in an overload condition. So in my experience "bandwidth 1544" gives much better results for everything that is not real time traffic.
I work at a college and students take online courses through an outside vendor called Plato. Their data center is in San Diego (18.104.22.168/25) we are in Kansas City. Students have been complaining of very slow application peformance. I have been given the following url to perform bandwidth testing http://myspeed-sd.platoweb.com/TestSelect.html and have received poor results averaging about .5Mb download speeds. We have a 40Mb ATM connection to our service provider. I am performing QoS on other P2P traffic. Attached is a portion of our router config and the show policy-map interface command. Thank you for your response.
Well, your Bittorrent traffic is fairly highly allowed. Although, just curious, why don't you lump in Bittorrent with the other P2P apps?
Also, do ATM1 and F0/0 both go to the internet? I just ask, because you might well think of shaping your P2P traffic on the university side or your router instead of on the ATM interface that connects you to your ISP.
Just a thought, and I'm not thinking really clear right now. :-\
The Fa0/0 link is the connection to campus, while the ATM1/0.1 link is to the internet. I did leave the Bittorrent somewhat higher because some people in the Information Services department use it for legitimate downloads (so they say). I noticed that I did not have a bandwidth statement on the Fa0/0 link so I added that. I configured it to be 40Mb, that is the size of our internet connection. Now hopefully some QoS traffic will be limited that was not otherwise.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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