I am trying to configure Qos on our MPLS for citrix. We already have qos running for Voice and it seems to work well. No voice issues reported. Each branch has a full T1 out to the cloud. The vendor Verizon has a GOLD CAR of 512k setup for Voice which we route our Voice traffic over. I would like to tag my citrix traffic as COS=3 mission critical. I have attached out current QOS configuration. Is this ok to do the tagging this way is there a better? Also I have started to add the Citrix tag in there. any help on completing would be greatly appreciated.
You might want to double check exactly what you are getting from Verizon. My experience with their MPLS service, you need to buy real-time bandwidth separately, and other traffic falls into a 5 class model which allocates fixed bandwidth reservations, two drop points on some classes, and uses DSCP markings, not CoS markings.
Also, on non-real-time classes, exceeding the purchased CAR often isn't an issue.
BTW, your limiting your overall data rate to 512 Kbps.
We have already bought the real-time bandwidth from Verizon that is the 512k gold car. Thanks for pointing out the 512k restriction I was putting on the data. I have made some changes which appear to correct that.
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