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bandwidth adjustment

Given that there is a network connected to the inet via ADSL. Can i set the bandwidth to be greater for some specific IP's and smaller for others? If yes, how?

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Re: bandwidth adjustment

hi

yes you can do using QOS.have a look on some posts that have already discussed that.

HTH

please do rate if it does clarify

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Re: bandwidth adjustment

thanx. Do u know where to find a little help about QOS implementation? I mean some sort of tutorial or HOWTO or whatever?

Re: bandwidth adjustment

check this URL if it gives you any clue.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/c3550/12113ea1/3550scg/swqos.htm

rate if it helps...

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Re: bandwidth adjustment

Yes it does. Although it is a little bit theoritic and i do no not have much time for reading (i must do it immediately) it will definitely help.

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Re: bandwidth adjustment

hi latos

here is a snapshot of waht you can do

1- classify your traffic using classes:

class-map match-all webtraffic

match access-group 101

class-map match-all oracle-traffic

match access-group 102

2-create your access-list that contains or constraint the traffics defined above HTTP for web ,port and transport for oracle-traffic that oracle use ...

access-list 101....

access-list 102....

3-create a policy map to give a bandwidth and a priority to your traffic using policy-map

policy-map outbound-policy

class webtraffic (the classes you ve created before)

bandwidth 25 percent

class oracle-traffic

bandwidth 50 percent

(dont go over 75 percent of the total bandwidth)

4- apply the policy to the outgoing interface

interface serial

service-policy output outbound-policy

HTH

please do rate if it does clarify

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