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VPN tunnels on TA 900

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Hello all,

Need your expertise. We have a client with two locations, both have TA 900 and T1 circuits. There is an IPSEC VPN tunnel between the locations that carriers voice and data traffic between the sites. That is working fine, but they are having an issue with voice quality. I am working with the T1 provider to setup QoS, but obviously the provider does not see private IPs and able to match only public IPs. Is there a way to have two VPN tunnels between the locations with different public IPs, so the provider can match public ip of the “Voice” VPN traffic.

If not is there anything else you can think of? GRE tunnel?

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Re: VPN tunnels on TA 900

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Hello!

You can actually match the traffic on an inbound interface with a qos map and then tag that traffic with a DSCP value that you could then give your provider.  They will be able to see it even with the packets encrypted.  Then they can prioritize it for you.

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Re: VPN tunnels on TA 900

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Hello!

You can actually match the traffic on an inbound interface with a qos map and then tag that traffic with a DSCP value that you could then give your provider.  They will be able to see it even with the packets encrypted.  Then they can prioritize it for you.

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Re: VPN tunnels on TA 900

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Cool, this should work. Thanks