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Implementing Cisco Networking Solutions by Harpreet Singh

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Assigning bandwidths

Having classified the traffic into traffic classes or BA, the next step is to assign bandwidths to these traffic classes on each link, and define the scheduling behavior for each traffic class.

From the traffic mapping defined earlier, we would reserve percentage of bandwidth as 25%, 25%, 30%, and 20% on each link, as shown in the following figure. Further, we would map the priority class to the priority queue of LLQ, and the other three classes into a class-based weighted fair queuing scheduler and assign the weights as per the bandwidth allocated to each traffic class:

Figure 20: Example bandwidth allotment for various ...

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