I have some 861 routers where I want to send VoIP traffic over an EZVPN and keep all other data traffice over the WAN. The 861 seems to have a very limited set of QoS features. I can setup class-maps by presedence, vlan or ip rtp, and can't really 'match protocol sip/rtp'.
What is the best way to configure this on the WAN interface that will prioritize all the tunnel and tunne/voip traffic? Do I have to apply a policy to the virtual-template and the WAN separately?
Sounds good. Do you know the best way to match ESP packets on an 861 with limited QoS features?
match options are:
Router(config-cmap)#match ? access-group Access group any Any packets class-map Class map cos IEEE 802.1Q/ISL class of service/user priority values destination-address Destination address discard-class Discard behavior identifier flow Flow based QoS parameters fr-de Match on Frame-relay DE bit fr-dlci Match on fr-dlci input-interface Select an input interface to match ip IP specific values mpls Multi Protocol Label Switching specific values not Negate this match result packet Layer 3 Packet length precedence Match Precedence in IP(v4) and IPv6 packets protocol Protocol qos-group Qos-group source-address Source address vlan VLANs to match
Router(config-cmap)#match protocol ? arp IP ARP bridge Bridging cdp Cisco Discovery Protocol compressedtcp Compressed TCP (VJ) ip IP ipv6 IPV6 pad PAD links pppoe PPP over Ethernet vofr voice over Frame Relay packets