QOS per interface or Gateway
Can we please get some QOS functionality on a per interface or per Gateway option,
We have a lot of customers that have multiple links with different speeds, it is currently difficult to manage this with the current QOS functionality.
I see a lot of other feature requests for QOS but none that cover this topic.
James Dobing commented
We really need this, come on Sophos, please!
Heinrich Krebs commented
Customer would like to apply different QOS per interface for specific firewall rule.
For your assistance please. Thank You.
Derek Froese commented
If an XG has 2 WAN interface; say fiber and LTE, it would be wonderful to be able to have different application based traffic shaping rules.
When the primary fiber WAN is active, I want VOIP to be prioritized.
When the primary fiber WAN fails and the XG switches over to backup LTE WAN, I want VOIP to be prioritized, Backup-traffic&File-transfers&Youtube&Spotify&Twitch&etc. to be blocked, and general HTTPS to be throttled.
yes please add the feature whereby I can manage QoS per interface
Per-WAN definition of available bandwidth.
Traffic shaping and WAN load-balancing, as currently defined in the XG don't allow us to take advantage of knowledge of the available connections.
In our typical use case, we have a secondary connection which it'd be great to load balance over, but we need to guarantee that we never use the last 10~20% of that connection as it's reserved for high-priority services that cannot sit behind the firewall.
In the SG this was easy; you defined an bandwidth limit per interface when setting up QoS; I'm not sure why someone was possessed to come up with an interface in which you manually sum the total available bandwidth in KBps (connection speed A + connection speed B)*125
Also, the new interface allows no method to define inbound/outbound bandwidth separately. Not fun in the land of asymmetric connections.