Let me pick your guys' brain a bit more. I'm having issues adding a second site to the Metro-E.
I added Site 1 to the Metro-E, while the rest are still point-to-point, and I got that working fine.
Today, I added a Site 2 to the Metro-E, and it's causing an issue with Site 1. Each of the sites...
Electro, in the following code:
class-map match-any QOS_REAL-TIME
match ip dscp 46 (alternatively match ip dscp ef)
class-map match-any QOS_CRITICAL-DATA
match ip dscp af41 (alternatively match ip dscp 34)
match access-group name IMPORTANT-SHIT
Why did you use af41 instead of specifying dscp...
Great write-up, Electro!
Since the site I'm experiencing issues with is high-profile and high utilization, we're going to move to a single 10 Mbps-provisioned link.
If I set the fast ethernet port to 10 Mbps, will this auto queue or something similar, once the line gets pegged?
Electro, thank you very much for your suggestion!
I've applied it, and now the latency has stabilized and lowered with the speed average. I noticed it fluctuates and goes higher at times, but lowers back down pretty quickly.
Kalthak, thanks for confirming that it was output only. :D
Could you shed some more light on the commands?
I have created a policy-map with a class-default shape average 3000000, but I am only able to apply it to the interface as an output policy only. Is this correct?
I apologize in advance if this is a novice inquiry, but our company just switched from Point-to-Point T1's to Metro Ethernet.
On one point-to-point, from our main office to one of our high profile locations, we had two bonded T1's. Now this site has a 3 Mbps Metro-E link, but...
Thanks for your recommendations, guys!
I decided to try OSPF, and it seems to be working so far. I won't know how stable it is until early tomorrow morning when I bring in full working subnets into the mix.
Hey guys, thanks for the quick replies
Mikey, I believe they said any-to-any MPLS. I'll have to verify with my provider. I was simply pinging between sites, and the response times would increase exponentially, and then time out. Then start once again. I'm attempting to keep the routers at the...
I'm attempting to move our network from our existing point-to-point T1s, over to Metro Ethernet.
From what I was told, I could have all of our sites' routers use an IP address with the same subnet mask, and they should all be able to communicate. These are Cisco 2800 series routers...