Cisco ASA 5510 Tunnel Priority

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
We currently have a limited internet breakout. When we reach the limit of our bandwith we often get complaints of our customers.
Is there a possibility to reserve bandwith for a specific ipsec tunnel?
Which and how to configure this?
Question by:o-tvw-ee
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    Im new with ASA and QOS, so maybe a stupid question:
    In this document we can find information about limiting bandwith.
    What we're searching for is a way to reserve bandwith for a specific ipsec tunnel.
    Can this be done? Can we use priority queuing for this?
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    It may be easier to simply limit the bandwidth of everything else, thereby guaranteeing a certain amount for the tunnel.
    Or yes, you can use priority queueing

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