Try assessing your understanding of Cisco's CBWFQ by looking at the following example: class-map match-all HTTP_R6 match access-group name HTTP_R6 ! policy-map CBWFQ class HTTP_R6 bandwidth remaining percent 5 ! interface Serial 0/1 bandwidth 128 clock rate 128000 service-policy output CBWFQ and answering a question on the imaginable scenario: Two TCP flows (think of them as HTTP file transfers) are going across Serial 0/1 interface. One of the flows matches the class HTTP_R6, and another flow,... Read More
This is a "modern" way to configure FRTS, using MQC commands only to accomplish the task. With MQC approach, an unified interface has been introduced to configure all QoS settings, irrelevant of underlying technology. Read More

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