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Traffic control - packet priority and bandwidth limit

Hi,

We have 3 sets of applications. The first does not require much bandwidth but is very critical, the other two is more bandwidth consuming but less critical. I would like to know if it's possible to reflect this priorities on the router configuration. Is it possible to set the ports 10000, 10001 and 10002 of the external IP have higher priority to be handled, for example? Also, is it possible to limit the bandwidth that goes through a set of ports?

I must prevent the 2 sets of less critical applications to strugle the critical ones.

What router can provide this capabilities? Is the 1921 able to do this job?

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Traffic control - packet priority and bandwidth limit

Hi,

I must prevent the 2 sets of less critical applications to strugle the critical ones.

What router can provide this capabilities? Is the 1921 able to do this job?

yes of course you can  with a 1921 by doing QoS config.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/qos/configuration/guide/qos_bndwidth_est_ps6350_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html

Is it possible to set the ports 10000, 10001 and 10002 of the external IP have higher priority to be handled, for example?

What do you mean ?

Regards.

Alain

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Re: Traffic control - packet priority and bandwidth limit

Hi Diego,

"Also, is it possible to limit the bandwidth that goes through a set of ports?"

yes its possible.

Once you classify the traffic going through those ports then you can apply QOS to those classified traffic.

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