Hello all! Our company has MPLS link with remote branches, now we are introducing DMVPN with PfR routing using MPLS and Internet WAN links. At the moment, we have SLA with MPLS provider to prioritize some apps e.g. SAP etc. However, with the introduction of DMVPN, the MPLS provider won't be able to look at the traffic going through the tunnel. Is there any way the MPLS provider is still able to provide optimization or we don't need it because of PfR? What could be a good solution?
Depends on how your MPLS provider recognizes packets for priority. If they are using the ToS byte, by default, the encapsulated packet's TOS should match the original packet's. (You can also rewrite an encapsulated packet's ToS.)
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