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Qos for audio/video network

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We have a A/V network consisting of Polycoms camera, cisco routers connected pt to pt to a central router. The PPP is provded on T1s and have limited 1.5 Mb/sec bandwidth. So, max we can support 2 sessions per T1. We want to moved to QoS and want to know how to redesign the net to incoporate QoS & CoS. Need the starting place and general config snippets to show,

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Following link is the Cisco QoS Enterprise design guide, has good overview of the technology and sample configurations for a variety of scenarios.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/solution/esm/qossrnd.pdf
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Thanks for the good document.
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Thanks... Its a good document.
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