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Rate-Limit Help

I am trying to set up rate limit for a single IP address on a 2811. The IP address is 10.0.26.32 and I want to limit its bandwidth to 256000 bits. Can someone please help me out with the commands? I currently do not have any ACLs set up on the router

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Re: Rate-Limit Help

Hi Michael,

1. You can first define the access-list for the traffic either sorced or destined to 10.0.26.32 depending on on which interface you will rate-limit the traffic.

If it is sourced from it then

access-list 160 permit ip host 10.0.26.32 any

If it is destination then

access-list 160 permit ip any host 10.0.26.32

2. define a class-map:

class-map access-match

match access-group 160

3. policy-map police-setting

class access-match

police 256000 1000 1000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop

4. Apply to the interface (depends on which direction you want to apply it )

service-policy output police-setting

Or

service-policy input police-setting

5. You can see if it is configured properly and its working by "show policy-map interface

"

HTH

Saju

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Re: Rate-Limit Help

Thanks for the help

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