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QOS on Cisco 1600 series

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Hi,
I have never implemented QOS on Cisco router and I am looking for guidance and tips.
I have a Cisco 1605 router with one serial interface (connected to internet via frame relay) and one ethernet interface via which my clients access internet.
Traffic going through the router includes internet browsing, smtp/imap/pop3 and also voice/video (UDP).
I would like to have a simple configuration example of how I can give priority to UDP packets.
Can that be done on that router?
Shall I need to do it together with the framerelay provider?
Thanks in advance for guidance.
Regards,
Brian.
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shekharbasnet earned 125 total points
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Brian,

interface serial x
ip add x.x,x.x
priority-group 1
!
priority-list 1 protocol ip high list 100
!
access-list 100 permit udp any any
!
!

Using the above rule, the highest priority will be given to UDP. but beware this traffic may usurp all the bandwidth resource leaving no bandwidth for the other traffic.

HTH
Shekhar Basnet
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by:brianvanschellebeck
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Unfortunately Cisco 1600 series does not support priority-group.
I shall get a 1700 series and implement this.
Thanks for your help.
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