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What is Asymmetic queuing or Asymmetic routing ?
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Asymmetric routing is where packets take one path in one direction and a different path on the return.

I haven't heard the term asymmetric queuing before, but I'm guessing that it refers to different queuing strategies for inbound and outbound traffic.
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