limiting bandwidth for respective tunnels on my cisco router.

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Sep 29th, 2010

Hello expert,

I have a router(Spoke) that has two tunnels to my Hub.

I need to cap(limit)  the bandwidth on both tunnels example tunnel  A – 512 k and tunnel B 1.2M

I want this to be applied during normal transmission , hence I did not do QoS  since this

will only apply when there congestion on the line.

Can anyone advise how to set the above on the router using SDM or CLI .

Regards

Jomo

Correct Answer by John Blakley about 6 years 4 months ago

Are you using tunnel interfaces? You'll need to create a QoS policy and shape on the default class. If you're using tunnel interfaces, you *might* need to create 2 policy maps: one for each tunnel that you want to match on. (I've never done this, but seems plausible.) How are you routing traffic over these two tunnels? Are they used for certain types of traffic or certain destinations?

HTH,

John

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John Blakley Wed, 09/29/2010 - 09:37

Are you using tunnel interfaces? You'll need to create a QoS policy and shape on the default class. If you're using tunnel interfaces, you *might* need to create 2 policy maps: one for each tunnel that you want to match on. (I've never done this, but seems plausible.) How are you routing traffic over these two tunnels? Are they used for certain types of traffic or certain destinations?

HTH,

John

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