Policy Map on Subinterface

I have several locations in my network.  Some have Cisco 2800's with 2 physical ethernet interfaces - these are ok.  The issue is with a 2600 at one site that has only one physical enet interface.  I am trying to put a policy map using the following commands to force traffic from a specific IP to the video plane on my ISP's mpls network:

ip cef

!

!

ip access-list extended video

  permit ip host 172.16.102.11 any

!

!

class-map match-all video

  match access-group name video

!

!

policy-map outbound

   class video

   set ip precedence 4

   bandwidth 845

   class class-default

   set ip precedence 0

!

!

!

interface fa0/1.76

 service-policy output outbound

The issue appears to be that policy maps are not supported on subinterfaces - is there any way I can still accomplish this goal with the existing hardware?  Would it work to put the map on the main interface?

mrsmileynsAsked:
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
then you would want to put it in the fa 0/1 interface not the subinterface and then you may want to expand your ACL so it only tags Video traffic rather than everything from that host.

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Scott
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
what version of code are you running?

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Scott
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
IOS 12.3(12D)
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
actually looking to see if it was a plus feature set what is the image name?
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
"flash:c2600-advipservicesk9-mz.123-12d.bin
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
you could put this in the main interface it would apply to all traffic that was defined in the ACL one problem I do see is that you are trying to apply this outbound and you can not do that inbound is the only way a route map works you could put it in your serial or outside facing interface.

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Scott
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
actually, this ethernet sub interface is the outbound interface facing the ISP's bridge - there is no serial connection to the ISP
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
then just turn the map around and put it on the subinterface facing your lan.
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
interface 0/1.76 points to the ISP''s private MPLS network, and interface 0/1 points to the LAN
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
alrighty - sounds good - thanks for your help.
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mrsmileynsAuthor Commented:
it worked - my ISP is seeing the traffic correctly in the video plane - thanks :)
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Scotty_ciscoCommented:
:) glad to hear it .... unfortunately I have a little more experiance on this than I want to admit... worked for a Satellite provider for 5 years everything was QoS'ed as it were.

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Scott
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