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PostPosted: 20 Jan 2013, 00:18 
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Elloes :)

Got a question for the Cisco folks here. I'd like to configure QoS on the ATM interface, therefor I want to use the vbr-nrt command.
How do I calculate what values I have to use when using this? Or perhaps anyone knows what values to use on a 4096/1024 ADSL connection?
Been checking through the Cisco docs but its not clear enough for me to understand :cry:

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[SpA]9mmNL wrote:
Elloes :)

Got a question for the Cisco folks here. I'd like to configure QoS on the ATM interface, therefor I want to use the vbr-nrt command.
How do I calculate what values I have to use when using this? Or perhaps anyone knows what values to use on a 4096/1024 ADSL connection?
Been checking through the Cisco docs but its not clear enough for me to understand :cry:


Does your ISP support QoS tagging?


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PostPosted: 20 Jan 2013, 12:43 
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Was laying in bed this morning and was actually starting to wonder the same :P
Lets say it does, do you know the values? :D
I'll see if I can reach my PC at work at have a look at the documentation about their network we use (epacity ip vpn)

Edit: Just checked and yep they do support QoS although they call it CoS :ugly:

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[SpA]9mmNL wrote:
Was laying in bed this morning and was actually starting to wonder the same :P
Lets say it does, do you know the values? :D
I'll see if I can reach my PC at work at have a look at the documentation about their network we use (epacity ip vpn)

Edit: Just checked and yep they do support QoS although they call it CoS :ugly:



You have to mark your traffic as being CoS (you have to set the so called "CoS bits/Priority Code Point" value). Your ISP needs to honour these bits and carry out the same configuration throughout their network in order to make it work (and mind you, it only works until their own boarder).

Check with KPN if they honour your CoS marking, or if they "re-colour" it themselves (in that case you need to tell them what traffic to mark).


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PostPosted: 20 Jan 2013, 16:20 
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Thanks for the infoz :) How was the holiday?

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[SpA]9mmNL wrote:
Thanks for the infoz :) How was the holiday?


My holiday was excellent mate, thanks 8)

If you need help building the CoS config just give me a poke!


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2013, 16:48 
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Good to hear :)
Will do!

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