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I just have a hint from my programming software provider, that is better to add the database port into the qos policy

what is that ?
How do i do that ?
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by:woolnoir
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Do you have QOS on your network ? not sure what infrastructure you have currently, or the configuration of your network (LAN & WAN). Qos allows bandwith or performance gaurentees between devices on a LAN or over a WAN - if you dont have it already configured this is a pretty substantial job - it would help to have more info.
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its a windows network
i got active directory on 2008

how do i configure it ?
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QOS isnt something thats configured on your windows network, its something that your network hardware needs to allow as its done at the lower levels of the network stack.

what network hardware do you have ?
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i got swith (2x dell 3424 and 2824)
got sonicwall nsa2400
my motherboard has internal nic card ( asus or intel) 6 month old
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by:digitap
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QoS is where you can prioritize traffic for a particular service.  VoIP, database, etc.  as woolnoir said, you're network hardware must be able to support it.  i know the sonicwall, but i don't know your switches.  i pulled the manuals for you.  hope it helps!


NSA2400
QoS will be most helpful here if you have database access over a vpn or if you've opened your firewall for internet access to your database.  is this the case.

2824
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/pc28xx/en/ug/pdf/ug_en.pdf

3424f
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/pc34xx/en/ug/pdf/CarrierUG_A01.exe
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but my question is how do i had the port 4900 to the qos port
where i input it
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You cant input it if you don't have QOS setup on your LAN.
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Rick_at_ptscinti earned 500 total points
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The database guy is wasting your time anyway with only 72 switch ports in the whole network.  If you are having latency issues with only 3 24port switches something else is wrong.

Sounds like the database guy is just trying to pass the blame for poor performance of the application.  I'm not saying that QoS wouldn't potentially help, but I would really question the logic behind it.  If you are trying to improve application performance for off-site users accessing over a WAN connection it would make a little more sense because of limited bandwidth but don't expect miracles.

And, by the way....if you are doing VOIP on your network and you did this, it would certainly kill your voice quality.
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thank, il like your answer
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i should have led with my initial non-technical inclination.
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