I have a Cisco 4900M switch with traffic shaping setup on one end of the Metro Ethernet handoff, and a Dell server running RouterOS v4.13 on the other end. I've been trying to stream video files (encoded at 50Mbps), and soon realized that I need to configure traffic shaping on both ends as LANs on each side have a 1Gbps backbone. To make the long story short, streaming video stutters, and even though I can transfer files at ~250Mbps across the circuit, my video streaming rate stays right at around 37-45Mbps.
The Cisco side is configured, as it's a basically 3 lines of code. As our budget got tighter, I was recommended to purchase RouterOS as it supposedly handles traffic shaping as well ($45 is a steal - assuming it works with my setup).
I need help setting up the RouterOS side. I tried setting up pcq queues in many different ways, and adding them to the Queue trees. I also tried just a simple queue setup, but no luck. The video still stutters. Basically I need to make sure the excess packets are going to the queue and not being dropped.
Can someone provide a step-by-step instructions on how to set this up?