I am using a small network equipped with cisco 2950 switches and cisco 2611 routers. Would like to know if there is possibility to limit the rate for a port or for an Ip address at let's say, 64kbps or 128kbps.
Answering to your question, Policing is the way to limit traffic to a certain BW, QoS Policing is supported on almost all Switching platforms (2950, 2960, 3550, 3560, 3750, 4500, 6500 and some other). To configure policing is not 1 single command, policing is a series of commands (you need to defina a class-map, assign the class-map to a
policy-map where you configure the limit values and then apply the policy map to the interface).Now keep in mind that when doing QoS on switches the commands vary depending on the platform.If you are looking for 1 command only, then some of the switches support the feature on he "Outbound" traffic to limit throughput but only for
output direction, it is explained below.
LIMIT INPUT TRAFFIC:
As mentioned in previous email, to limit the traffic coming into a port
you must configure policing, there is NO single command, QoS Policing
requires a series of commands:
1) Define a class-map
2) Define a policy-map (here you configure the BW limitation you need
for example the 256k
3) Apply the policy-map to the interface.
LIMIT OUTPUT TRAFFIC
If you want to limit the output throughput on a port you have 2 choices.
A) Configure Policing
B) Configure a single command: <<=====================================
This example shows how to limit the bandwidth on a standard port to 80
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