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How to limit the bandwidth of each IP adress of a pool ?

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Jan 21st, 2004
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Hello,

How can I limit the bandwitdh of each IP address of a pool ?

If I use CAR I need to define one access-list for each IP address, which is not "scalable" !

Kind regards,

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n-saquib Wed, 01/21/2004 - 05:58
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Hi,

You can also use Qos with CBWFQ and RED.


regards,

guyber Wed, 01/21/2004 - 06:48
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Thanks

Is there another solution than to configure so many access-lists there are IP addresses ?

Indeed, if I have a 500 IP addresses pool it isn't very easy. Can I associate the pool to a limiting rule so that this rule applies to each IP address ?

n-saquib Wed, 01/21/2004 - 08:05
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use wildcard mask in access-list or what you mean with rules ?

guyber Wed, 01/21/2004 - 09:30
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I would like to limit the bandwidth of each user (one /32 address) of a pool

for example : pool 192.168.1.0 > 192.168.1.2.254

192.168.1.1 : to limit to 128 k

192.168.1.2 : to limit to 128... and so on

until 192.168.1.254 : to limit to 128 k

n-saquib Thu, 01/22/2004 - 00:35
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use following access-list it will cover all /32 what you want to limit


access-list # permit 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255


guyber Thu, 01/22/2004 - 01:11
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Thanks

But it doesn't limit the bandwidth user by user, does it ? It limits the bandwidth only for all the 192.168.1.x ip addresses

n-saquib Thu, 01/22/2004 - 01:15
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yes but you want to limit for all same bandwidth 128K. if you want to limit the bandwidth per user name instead of IP address than try to use Radius server to configure your access-list on per user basis.

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