Thanks for the reply...yes, I want a hard ceiling at 200Mbps...why would you hesitate to do that ? Perhaps I misunderstand the burst rate and how it should be used...but have found no clear explanation of how to apply this parameter correctly...do you have any suggestions, links ?
On a seperate note, I have found no cisco documentation on "rate-limit" command for the 3750, and have begun to wonder if the command is even supported...I know the "rate-limit" command was supported on older switches...What's strange is that the OS is actually accepting the command and seems to be partially working...
I'm running following IOS
Originally I thought that the burst-rate was causing a problem, allowing more data than the rate limit, but now I'm wondering if the rate-limit command is doing anything at all
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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