ASA 5505 QOS
Posted on 2011-05-11
I've got a customer with a couple of remote offices that connected via L2L over Cisco ASA's. In a few months we will be installing a new phone system at all of the offices. This is not a true VOIP system but the remote phone systems will be connected to the main office via the vpn. This will allow them to check voicemail, transfer calls, and intercom between the remote offices and the main office.
My question is: If we have problems with call quality over some of the L2L's can I give priority to traffic coming and going between two IP addresses over the vpn? For instance, I would like to give all traffic between 192.168.0.49 and 192.168.1.49 priority over any other traffic no matter how congested the vpn is.
I've looked at some of the other posts about QOS for GRE and other protocols related to phone systems but thought maybe just the IP prioritization would be easier.
Anyone have any experience with this?