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Creating three traffic shaping policies

  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Traffic Shaping Policy and create a high-priority traffic shaping policy for SIP traffic.

    Set the Matching Criteria to the same settings as the Internet access policy you would like to apply traffic shaping to.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to high-priority.

  2. Create a low-priority traffic shaping policy for FTP traffic.

    Set Service to FTP.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to low-priority.

  3. Create a medium-priority traffic shaping policy for daily traffic.

    Set Service to ALL.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to medium-priority.

  4. Arrange the policies in the following order:
    1. High-priority (SIP/VoIP traffic).
    2. Low-priority (FTP traffic).
    3. Medium-priority (day-to-day traffic).

Creating three traffic shaping policies

  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Traffic Shaping Policy and create a high-priority traffic shaping policy for SIP traffic.

    Set the Matching Criteria to the same settings as the Internet access policy you would like to apply traffic shaping to.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to high-priority.

  2. Create a low-priority traffic shaping policy for FTP traffic.

    Set Service to FTP.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to low-priority.

  3. Create a medium-priority traffic shaping policy for daily traffic.

    Set Service to ALL.

    Enable Shared Shaper and Reverse Shaper and set both to medium-priority.

  4. Arrange the policies in the following order:
    1. High-priority (SIP/VoIP traffic).
    2. Low-priority (FTP traffic).
    3. Medium-priority (day-to-day traffic).