Step 3: Defining policies for each traffic class
After the traffic classes have been formed based on the network audit and business objectives, the
To provide an example, based on the traffic classes listed in the previous section, Table 2-2 defines a practical QoS policy.
Table 2-2 Defining QoS policy for set traffic classes
|Class||Priority||Queue Type||Min/Max Bandwidth||Special QoS Technology|
|Voice||5||Priority|| 1 Mbps Min
1 Mbps Max
|Business mission critical||4||CBWFQ||1 Mbps Min||CBWFQ|
|Signaling||3||CBWFQ||400 Kbps Min||CBWFQ|
|Transactional||2||CBWFQ||1 Mbps Min||CBWFQ|
|Best-effort||1||CBWFQ||500 Kbps Max|| CBWFQ
|Scavenger||0||CBWFQ||Max 100 Kbps|| CBWFQ
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