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Introduction To QoS
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PIX/ASA 7.x and Later: Bandwidth Management(Rate Limit) Using QoS Policies
How to implement QoS network using Cisco
MQC (module QoS CLI) is where you want to be. It is pretty easy to get around in; match based on some criteria (acl, nbar, etc), create class-map that defines classes based on the match criteria, then create a policy based on all of the class-maps created.
It is challenging on Cat QoS which is an old platform. It is a good thing that all of the newer switches (Nexus, Sup 2T, ME3600x/ME3800x) support MQC (or c3pl -- the mqc equivalent for the 2T).
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