MRTG for INTL & DMESTIC traffic

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May 3rd, 2009
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Dear All,

below is the config for segragating the traffic for Internal & domestic AS no.


I got below config from customer & they suggested that with below config we can create

Segragte International & domestic traffic.


Please suggest below config in details since i am not able to undertand the config.




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IDC router:


ip community-list INTL permit X:Z

!this should contain communities for international traffic

route-map INTERNATIONAL permit INTL

match community INTL

set ip qos-group INTL

!

router bgp 18101

table-map INTERNATIONAL

!

POLICY-MAP

class-map match-all UPLNIK

match qos-group INTL

!

class-map match-all TEST

class-map match-any TEST-TEST

match ip precedence 3

!

policy-map UPLINK

class UPLNIK

police cir 125000000 bc 2343750 be 2343750 conform-action transmit

exceed-action transmit

class class-default

police cir 125000000 bc 2343750 be 2343750 conform-action transmit

exceed-action transmit

!

policy-map TEST-TEST

class TEST-TEST

police cir 125000000 bc 1250000 be 1250000 conform-action transmit

exceed-action transmit

class class-default

police cir 125000000 bc 1250000 be 1250000 conform-action transmit

exceed-action transmit

!

policy-map ALL

class class-default

shape average percent 100

service-policy TEST-TEST

!

interface ethernetX

description #TEST #

ip address x.y.z.a 255.255.255.252

bgp-policy destination ip-qos-map

load-interval 30

service-policy input UPLINK

service-policy output ALL

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Regards,


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Giuseppe Larosa Sun, 05/03/2009 - 23:59
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Hello Moorthy,

this is an example of BGP QoS policy propagation using BGP communities


see the following feature description


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/11_1/feature/guide/bgpprop.html#wp4465


BGP is used to apply an internal QoS label (qos group) that is based on the fact that the source address is in one route that has a BGP community of type international


The domestic traffic ends in the default class.


the command

bgp-policy destination ip-qos-map


under interface config is part of this solution.


Hope to help

Giuseppe


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