Mar 06, 2012 · There are several challenges related to QoS in the typical Internet connected environments that I come in contact with. These challenges are not really a result of the VPN configuration, but it is often mission critical traffic that we are trying to prioritize through the VPN. This traffic is competing with other Internet destined traffic.
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I created Transform-set, by which the traffic will be encrypted and hashed between VPN peers. ASA(config)# crypto ipsec transform-set ts esp-3des esp-md5-hmac! Apply the access list created earlier for matching the interesting traffic. ASA(config)# crypto map vpn 10 match address vpn! I indicated address of Remote2 peer public outside interface.
To begin -- simple is not a word that should be used to describe Quality of Service. The entire word itself is a loaded term. Instead of rehashing a lot of details about ASA QoS here, reference this answer. Below is the ASA 8.4 CLI necessary to create a priority queue and handle a specific volume of calls based on a certain bitrate. Jun 28, 2013 · ASA(config)# class-map vpn-voice-class creates the class map for voice and ASA(config-cmap)# match dscp ef cs3 af31 matches voice calls and signaling marked by your router before it hits the ASA. Notice that we are also matching only voice traffic over the VPN with this command, A SA(config-cmap)# match tunnel-group your-tunnel-group . For those Cisco devices with Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), you get an easy-to-read overview of traffic, users, and IPsec-secured VPN connections. Which users are online and offline? Finding out is a cinch with the PRTG sensors. Dec 07, 2013 · By Isuru Rakshitha Senadheera In this post I will be configuring QoS for VPN traffic between my ASA firewalls. I already have a working VPN tunnel between the two firewalls and for the sake of the example, I’m assuming that I need to apply some traffic policing to the VPN traffic. On the DMVPN hub router you'll create the policy and apply it to your hub tunnel. The spoke router will pick up the policy and apply it to outbound vpn traffic. But you still need a seperate QOS policy on the spoke router to categorize the traffic before it hits the tunnel. To tell you the truth - you'll need to use the more advanced traffic shaping capabilities of a router. You can still use the ASA's for the VPN - but the traffic shaping will have to happen using a router. To make things easier - you could setup a GRE tunnel between the routers and setup