Limiting bandwidth on a interface

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Joseph W. Doherty Wed, 10/15/2008 - 18:03
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Outbound, you could shape or police your traffic to 3 Mbps. (Although, if possible, I would suggest you use CBWFQ and define 50% bandwidth for both you and the other party. This would allow either of you to use more bandwidth if the other party wasn't using their bandwidth, but both would get 3 Mbps if you both wanted it.)


Inbound is a problem, unless you control the outbound on the other side of the link.

Joseph W. Doherty Thu, 10/16/2008 - 06:25
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NB: Syntax likely incorrect.


ip access-list extended mytraffic

remark match against your traffic source addresses

permit ip x.x.x.x y.y.y.y any


class-map mytraffic

match access-group mytraffic

class-map theirtraffic

match any


policy-map split5050

class mytraffic

bandwidth remaining percent 50

class theirtraffic

bandwidth remaining percent 50


interface serial #

service-policy outbound split5050


If your still want to limit your bandwidth, even when excess is availble. You could do this.


policy-map restrictbandwidth

class mytraffic

bandwidth remaining percent 50

shape average percent 50

class theirtraffic

bandwidth remaining percent 50

shape average percent 50


interface serial #

service-policy outbound restrictbandwidth


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