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Policing bandwidth

hi, i have configured QOS on my router, the following is the configuration.

class-map match-any HTTP_TRAFFIC

match protocol http

class-map match-any ftp-traffic

match protocol ftp

class-map match-any nbar-discovery

match protocol fasttrack

match protocol bittorrent

match protocol edonkey

match protocol gnutella

match protocol winmx

match protocol napster

class-map match-any STREAMING

match protocol h323

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policy-map blocking_P2P

class nbar-discovery

police cir percent 1

conform-action transmit

exceed-action drop

class STREAMING

drop

class HTTP_TRAFFIC

police cir percent 50

class ftp-traffic

police cir percent 25

and then apply policy-map to the interface. My Question is that What bandwidth the class "class-map match-any nbar-discovery" will get. i have configured interface with bandwidth 4096. will all my protocol in class "class-map match-any nbar-discovery" share the 40500bps bandwidth or each protocol will get 40500 bps bandwidth.

Thanks

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Re: Policing bandwidth

the whole class will get the assigned bandwidth

good luck

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Re: Policing bandwidth

the 40500 bps will be shared by all protocol in the class. They will not get 40500 each.

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Re: Policing bandwidth

the whole class will get the assigned bandwidth

good luck

if helpful rate

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Re: Policing bandwidth

Thanks for your reply i have confusion, the whole class will get 40500bps bandwidth or each protocol will get 40500bps.

Re: Policing bandwidth

the 40500 bps will be shared by all protocol in the class. They will not get 40500 each.

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