Edel Grace

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TIL: Adding Policies in Cisco Firewalls

Jan 5, 2017 | Comments

Identify traffic with an access-list

access-list acl-name permit ip source destination dscp dscp-value

Apply the access-list with the dscp value to an interfact

class-map match-all interface
match ip dscp dscp-value

Apply the policy

policy-map map-name
    class class-name
        [bandwidth bandwidth-value]
        [priority priority-level]
        set ip dscp dscp-value

Today at work I was going over firewalls. We want to check the configuration of the firewalls and compare them to our QoS standards. I’m not too familiar with how policies and QoS are implemented on Cisco devices so it was pretty interesting to learn.

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My name is Edel Grace Altares. My programming interests include full stack development and back end development. My languages of choice are Python and Java. Outside of programming I enjoy crocheting, video games, cats, historical fiction, and reading.

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