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My knowledge of QoS on Cisco is new as of yesterday and I have been trying to get a few different configurations on stack exchange that I found to work but the traffic only ever seems to match the default class and not my prioritised class. I may be missing something really obvious so would appreciate someone quickly checking over my configuration below.

This is on a Cisco 877 router.

class-map match-any RDP
  match access-group 145

policy-map RDP
  class RDP
  priority percent 70
  class class-default
  fair-queue
policy-map parent-policy
  class class-default
  shape average 458752
  service-policy RDP

int FastEthernet 0
  description WAN
  service-policy output parent-policy

int FastEthernet 1
  description LAN

access-list 145 permit ip any host XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
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If it's 877 you need to put QoS configuration on the VLAN interface (SVI), not physical FE ports. Also SVI doesn't support HQoS, so you'll need to simplify it for SVI.

  • Thank you for your reply. I have removed the parent policy and applied the RDP policy directly to the vlan interface however I am still not matching any packets. – Matt Feb 6 '14 at 11:20
  • Ok, I applied it on input instead of output and it's now picking up the packets. I need to play with the policies a bit as you said and will see where I am after that. – Matt Feb 6 '14 at 11:36

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