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QOS over a TLS network

We have a TLS network provided by our local LEC. Basically we have a 100Mb coming into my office that I connect 10 other sites to and they range from 2Mb up to 100Mb.  So basically I do not control the equipment that limits each side down to the purchased bandwidth.  Any suggestions on doing QOS at the main site and at the 2Mb site?   

                 

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Re: QOS over a TLS network

Hi,

You can use HQoS on remote site to shape down to the proper CIR. On your main office site, you can use class based shaping to shape the outbound traffic based on remote sites subnets. If you run DMVPN between sites, you can consider per tunnel QoS which does the shaping on hub site based on spoke profile.

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Lei Tian
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If you traffic flows are strictly hub-and-spoke, you can shape egress to the other locations such that if there's any congestion, your QoS polices can manage it.

As your one of your branch (?) sites also has 100 Mbps, you would need to shape it slower so your hub site's ingress doesn't congest without a QoS policy.  (From what you've shown, you would shape the bottom's site's 100 Mbps egress for 80 Mbps).

If you allow/have site-to-site traffic, you can also create QoS policies such that an ingress link to a site won't be overrun, but this is very difficult to manage.  Normally for multi-point traffic flows, you work with the service provider to manage their egress bandwidth to each site (unfortunately, not all can or will do so).

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