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VLAN Management

Can we apply a shared Bandwidth for a Specific VLAN, i mean every client of a VLAN share this bandwidth.

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Purple

Re: VLAN Management

Hi,

You can certainly do so. The best place to do this would be on the router/switch that performs inter-vlan routing for this VLAN. Apply a QoS service-policy to this interface that shapes/polices the traffic to whatever you require.

Hope that helps - pls rate the post if it does.

Paresh

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Re: VLAN Management

I am currently using L3 & L2 envirment, all VLAN creat on the L3 switch, L3 is working in a VTP Server mode and L2 ina client mode, right ?

now please tell me how can i creat this QOS on the L3(3550) switch, where i develop all the VLAN.

I would like to specify the shared bandwdith for the each VLAN in a L3 switches.

Thank You.

Purple

Re: VLAN Management

ACtually, I must correct something from my last post - you can't apply QoS service-policies to a VLAN interface on a 3550. Therefore, you can't really control total traffic for a VLAN on the 3550.

However you can limit the bandwidth per port using something like the following:

policy-map Policer

class class-default

police 2000000 625000

!

interface fas0/1

service-policy input Policer

service-policy output Policer

Hope that helps - pls rate the post if it does.

Paresh

New Member

Re: VLAN Management

Can i apply this policy on VLAN interface, and assigned a Ip address to that interface,

every client set the default gateway of this IP Address,

will it work correct ?

policy-map Policer

class class-default

police 2000000 625000

!

interface vlan 100

service-policy input Policer

service-policy output Policer

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