I have Cisco IOS Native on the 6500. I been trying:
access-list 101 permit any any
policy map test
class test access-list 101
police 2000000 conform transmit exceed drop
interface fastethernet 4/1
service policy input test
and that seems to work for a directly connected port.
And that should affect ALL in/out for the entire port correct?
the other question I have is, what about for a port on another switch?
ie. If I have a 5000 switch with ports in vlan 1 as well, that I want to have qos like this. Can I ?
Or do they have to be physically on the same switch (6500) to be port based? I cannot do each port in their own vlan, too many hosts.
Thanks for your help, I'm having a hard time figuring this stuff out. I was even thinking of using the 6509 I have as a core switch/router only and getting some cheap 2948G-L3 switch/router and do port limiting from there. That way it would break up the broadcast domain for my network as well. And can directly set port rate limit.
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