Need some guidance here.
On a 3550 I normally set up rate-limiting on a per-port basis to provide internet service or other rate-based services to customers. As such I need to be able to apply ingress and egress service policies to an interface. In other words, I set the upload and download speeds that are then sold to customers as a service at that level.
Now that we are migrating to 3560s, I have hit a roadblock, in that the command that I used to use to assign a service policy to an interface on egress is no longer supported on the 3560 (and 3750) series of switches.
So, previously I might have defined something like the following:
mls qos aggregate-policer Out 5000000 2000000 exceed-action drop
mls qos aggregate-policer In 5000000 2000000 exceed-action drop
class-map match-all DSCP
match ip dscp default
police aggregate In
police aggregate Out
service-policy input In
service-policy output Out
I can get as far as the last line on a 3560, where it states that:
Warning: Assigning a policy map to the output side of an interface not supported
I have looked around on Cisco's website and I see that some things have changed and that now "shaping" is how egress traffic is handled. I haven't been able to find a straightforward guide as to how to configure an equivalent for the command I used to do.
Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!