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QoS on Cisco router

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Ian ArakelFlag for India asked on
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Hi Team,

We have two locations connected via MPLS cloud of 20 MB.
We have observed two servers 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 from location A to be consuming huge bandwidth while communicating to a server 192.168.3.2 in location B.
We want to restrict the maximum bandwidth that can be utilized for the communication between the two talkers to 7 MB only.
We have an existing service policy called on the router as given below.

  Policy Map RESTRICT
    Class RTP
      priority 20 (%)
    Class Signaling
      bandwidth 6 (%)
    Class class-default
      fair-queue

Kindly confirm the steps in which the same could be achieved without disrupting the existing QoS?
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