Thanks for the information you provided, I can see from the configuration that there's three classes RT, NETWORK & PRE-REALTIME, on the class RT there's maching on a pre marked packets with ip precedence 5 from another device behind the FastEthernet0 interface and also for packets with length till 100 bytes, also for the NETWORK there's maching for packets pre marked with ip precedence 6 & 7, and the latest class PRE-REALTIME maching all other traffic
The configuration you provided means that the router is not marking packets it depends on pre marked packets from another device behind the FastEthernet0 interface, so I have included attached file with the configuration that should be applied on this base
which indicates that there's no need for input policy map to be applied on the LAN interface as there's no class PRE-RTI configured on the router
Please find attached file for the configuration, but the only missing thing is the amount of BW you need to assign to RT class
The meaning of this configuration that there's premarked packets with ip precedence 5 or with length lower that 100 byte will be included in the RT class (which you have to specify its BW),also premarked packets with ip precedence 6 or 7 will be included in the NETWORK class which is assigned 16kbps BW and the PRE-REALTIME class will include the rest of traffic that will take the rest of the BW
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