Question about Cisco 1721 QoS

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by aphexcoil, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. aphexcoil

    aphexcoil Guest

    This is a rather basic question about Quality of Service. At
    work, if I listen to a winamp (shoutcast) station, after about
    10 or so seconds it will buffer and then just drop out. This
    happens only when behind the Cisco router. The DSL connection
    has more than enough bandwidth to handle this.

    I'm assuming this is a QoS issue. What would be an easy way to
    give a specific IP address a slightly higher priority than the
    other IP's on the same network?

    Also, are QoS commands applied to the Fast Ethernet side or the
    Ethernet side (DSL)? Could someone please show me an example
    command that would give IP 192.168.1.3 a bit higher priority
    than other IP's for traffic coming in from the Ethernet side to
    the Fast Ethernet side (LAN side).

    Thank you so much!
     
    aphexcoil, Sep 20, 2005
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