[j-nsp] A conceptual advice on QoS is needed
aaron1 at gvtc.com
Wed Mar 2 12:01:17 EST 2016
(forgive me as I didn't see original email.... and I'm just jumping in on
1 - And if you are having volumetric-type ddos attacks filling your pipes,
then that would mean that you would/could need qos everywhere if you were
going to want "good" traffic to get through during attacks... right ?
2 - if you have links that are regularly experiencing congestion, I mean
like daily/nightly and sustained congestion for an hour or more, then is qos
really the "fix" for that ? sounds like that's a bandwidth issue.
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Sent: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 4:13 AM
To: Victor Sudakov <vas at mpeks.tomsk.su>
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Subject: Re: [j-nsp] A conceptual advice on QoS is needed
> The question is, where I need QoS: before the traffic enters the
> transport switches or inside them.
As Adam pointed out, you need QoS at all points where congestion can happen.
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