Is there any kind of QoS we can implement with an IRB setup?
I have included network configs. There are three sites which need to be bridged due to some non-routable software. Although, the customer also wants ip handsets. The IP phones are connected to the routed interfaces at each site with the intention of applying QoS. But the QoS just doesnt work... The service policy applied to the interface doesnt see any prioritised traffic. The IP phones are definitely marked as DSCP 46..
The Routers are all Cisco 1721's with IOS 12.4.
As you can see from the configs I have tried LLQ. But it just doesn't seem to work... I guess because it's a L2 interface im trying to apply the llq policy onto? Will any other type of QoS work?
The sites are linked by 2meg LL's via the S0 interfaces.
Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
the service policy would need to be assigned to a Layer 3 interface in any case, for it to work. Since you are using IRB with BVI interfaces, you might want to try and apply the service policy to the BVI interfaces. In addition, you could also try and match on TCP port 1720 and UDP port range 16384 thru 32767, which are typically used by Cisco IP phones. So your access list would look like this:
access-list 100 permit tcp any any eq 1720
access-list 100 permit udp any any range 16384 32767
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