I would like to book (guaranteed egress) 5Mbps for streaming in one of my vlan. My outide-Internet (egress) interface is eth1/1.
The class for streaming is CLASS 1 (real time) right????
whats the difference between "clear text traffic" and "tunneled traffic"???
Im using a PA2020, i can do QoS for limited bandwith and guarranteed in this model, i have read somthing related to not allow qos in pa2020, right??
where i should guaranteed the traffic??? in my qos profile (class 1) or in "clear text traffic: Guaranteed Mbps???
Please check my config if it would work it....thanks
Profile with 5Mbps Guaranteed
I dont know the diference clear text-tunneled so i choosed clear text. I have configured my untrust interface as source interface and my vlan to apply this guaranteed traffic.
When you say "streaming 'on' internet", you are not offering enough information to get an answer.
Are you streaming "to" the internet, or are you streaming "from" the internet ?
QoS is applied on the egressing interface.
If you are streaming "to" the internet, the relevant interface is untrust (WAN).
If you are streaming "from" the internet, the relevant interface is trust (LAN).
If you go to youtube, the content is delivered "to" you, so the traffic comes in from untrust, and exits trust towards your workstation. The correct interface to be configured is trust. We are not looking at the direction of the session, but which interface are packets egressing from. The stream is from the YouTube server to your Workstation. The egress is clearly your Trust interface.
Mivaldi is right.
On one hand, QoS is always apply for outgoing traffic from paloalto's interface point of view.
Mean if you want to limit your streaming traffic, you need to apply QoS on your trust interface.
If you apply your profile on your untrust int, you will imit your request to youtube (which make less sense)
On the other hand, QoS policy is based on session point of view. (From trust to untrust).
Carefull for application identification. Youtube or SSL ....
Doc: QoS in PAN-OS 4.1 (no change on other version)
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