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bandwith limitation per flow ?

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Apr 10th, 2006
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hi,

i have a central router (7206) which is connected over ethernet to a central server which does software-distribution.


this 7206 is connected to a ip cloud to 200 branchrouter.


this softwaredistribution should only get 128kb/s per destinaton - althoug the branches are connected over 768 links.


so my idea was to install a policy in the central router - but i don´t want to make a policy with 200 class-map entries

for the 200 branches.


is there a possibility to tell the router that it should give 128kb/s per every flow ??

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pkhatri Mon, 04/10/2006 - 23:44
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Hi,


I'm afraid that there is no easy way to do so. To shape/queue traffic for 200 different 'flows', you need 200 different queues and the only way to create 200 queues with deterministic behaviour is to use 200 class-maps - one for each 'flow'.


You could try to just enabling WFQ - that will allow yuu to give fair treatment to each flow but you cannot associate a bandwidth with the flow.


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