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i want to implement qos please guide me how

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i have an adsl pppoa internet connection connected to a 877 router with 12.4(2)T ios. what happens is that p2p softwares like emule and others running on non standard ports take all the bandwidth

now this router is connected with with my company intranet using dmvpn and and application running on port 5533 is being used on this site which resides on a server behind the hub i want to allocate most of the bandwidth for this application at congustion times and minimum to all other applications.



and if possible explain qos in this senario as much as possible.
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What exactly do you want . please elobrate

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Instead of trying to do QOS on the router which would involve rate limiting the P2P streams why don't you just limit the P2P traffic in whatever application you are using?  Most decent P2P apps and even bitTorrent apps allow you to allocate specific chunks of bandwidth.
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what i want to do is to all maximum traffic to a particular ip address and allow what ever is left to all other internet traffic at the time when there is traffic to this particular ip if there is no traffic for that ip then all other internet traffic can use the available bandwidth.

i hope my question is more clear now.
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Do you have the Advanced IP or Enterprise IOS version?  You need the advanced QOS features like RSVP to accomplish that.
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Ooops.  I see now you have Enterprise.
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