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Hi Experts can anyone tell me the solution for this

Suppose you need to develop a stratergy for providing differentiated service for different classes of traffic in a virtual private network. This VPN is able to make use of DS codepoint bits in the ip header.

The types of service which might need to be handled include the following: file transfer (20%), web access (20%), email (5%) voip (25%) and low bit - rate video (<128kbps) (30%)

a) What choice of DS Codepoints can be made ?


If the solution is satisfactory.. i will reward you heavily with points

Pls help.. its urgent..

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Why not use QoS
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agree with skags442.

A router capable of QoS is your best bet.  Cisco 2600's should do it.
You really only need to set the QoS statements up for the VOIP, and let the router throttle the rest of your services as needed.

Voice is the one thing you want to have constant bit rate.

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