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Dedicating an ammount of bandwidth to an IP

Dear support,

I have two routers connected togather through leased line 64k and i want to dedicate an ammount of the 64k ( 10 kbps ) to a server on my side of LAN..

how can i configure my 1601 router to do that ?

Note : the software version is 12.0 and please give me the full steps..

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Re: Dedicating an ammount of bandwidth to an IP

Queueing is your answer, there are several types, I would use LLQ and use an access list to capture traffic for the server and assign to the priority queue with 10kbps .

Here is the link for LLQ, you will need this on both sides of the 64k link.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1830/products_feature_guide09186a0080087b13.html

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Re: Dedicating an ammount of bandwidth to an IP

Dear support,

I was told before to use commited Access Rate, what is your opinion ..

Is there a way that i can monitor that the server i use take 10K exact ,alone,of my bandwidth?

Note : the other router is 2501 and the software version 11.0

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