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Cisco 800 QoS Traffic Priorities

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Hi Cisco Techs

I need to configure my Cisco router to prioritise my traffic on my WAN interface.
I would like to prioritise Remote Desktop, Web, and Skype in this order.

Please provide some samples\examples.

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Goraek
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Maybe this will help.

Step 1: create ACL for each application
 Step 2: create class-map where you assign the ACLs. The class maps are queues that group your applications, so you can assign as many ACLs as you need.
 Step 3: create a policy-map where you use your classes but also use the police command to enforce bandwidth for each class. This is to stop other classes abusing bandwidth; you may not need the parent policy
 Step 4: attach the QoS policy to your WAN interface.
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Thanks.

Can I get an example? Prioritsing the traffic?
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There is an example in the post I referenced for RDP port 3389. I messaged koudry to see if he will respond directly. Looks like he is in the UK so may take a while to get a response.
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