I need to setup a test lab at work to simulate parts of our production environment.
I need to have 4 links running at 256K. I wanted to setup 4 routers so i could apply some QoS traffic shaping but have been told all i have to work with is 1 Cisco 3560.
So looks like all i can do is setup rate-limiting, but i have not have much experience with it. So is it possible to use the rate-limiting features on the VLAN interfaces to limit the traffic on those VLANS down to a 256K link?
So i have something like this:
rate-limit input 2000000 1500 2000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop
I agree. Moreover, even when you shape your link to a certain bandwidth, the link itself will still work at, say, 100Mbps and all frames will be transmitted at this rate. This will distort your delay measurements, as the 256 Kbps link has its transmission delay over 390 times higher than the 100 Mbps.
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