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Cisco ASA Bandwidth limiting issue

Hi All,

We have 8 Mbps of bandwidth from one of our ISP,  terminated on a Router (gi 0/0), from that router port (gi 0/1) is connected to my Lan1 and another port (gi 0/0)  is connected to Cisco ASA (Lan2).

Management has decided to give 2Mbps(upload and download) limit to our Lan2 Network, out of that 8Mbps ILL, so to achive this, i did the following configuration in cisco ASA .

access-list rate-limit-acl extended permit ip any host x.x.x.63

access-list rate-limit-acl extended permit ip any host a.b.c.112

access-list rate-limit-acl extended permit ip host x.x.x.63 any

access-list rate-limit-acl extended permit ip host a.b.c.112 any

class-map rate-limit

match access-list rate-limit-acl

policy-map limit-policy

class rate-limit

police output 2000000 4000

police input 2000000 4000

service-policy limit-policy interface ouside

Dont understand , what went wrong and where , its not working , the specified hosts in the ACL  are enjoying the full bandwith (8 Mbps). Even i have tried applying the Service-policy to inside interface but no luck. 

Request all the experts for advice.

Regards,

Ashraf

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Cisco ASA Bandwidth limiting issue

Hello, Ashraf.

I guess you have applied policy on outside interface, however, ACL is configured with private IP-addresses.

PS: try to apply policy in the inside interface and provide show service-policy limit-policy

Cisco ASA Bandwidth limiting issue

Hello MikhailovskyVV ,

Thanks for the reply,

1. The ACL corresponds to the traffic flowing from inside (private ip) to outside (public ip) and vise versa .

in the ACL  "any" corresponds to inside hosts and "x.x.x.63" , a.b.c.112 are public ip's.

2. Following is the output of show service-policy limit-policy , after i applied the service-policy to inside interface.

ciscoasa# sh service-policy            

Interface inside:

  Service-policy: limit-policy

    Class-map: rate-limit

      Output police Interface inside:

        cir 2000000 bps, bc 4000 bytes

        conformed 4 packets, 260 bytes; actions:  transmit

        exceeded 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:  drop

        conformed 0 bps, exceed 0 bps

      Input police Interface inside:

        cir 2000000 bps, bc 4000 bytes

        conformed 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:  transmit

        exceeded 0 packets, 0 bytes; actions:  drop

        conformed 0 bps, exceed 0 bps

3. Do we need to create two saparate policy-map, per interface with  police input or  police output statement.

Regards,

Ashraf

Cisco ASA Bandwidth limiting issue

Can somebody pls provide some input.

Regards,

Ashraf

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