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bandwidth dedication

Hi all,

I have a lan with 100 systems. I have 2MB link from an ISP. I need to dedicate 25% of the 2MB link to 10 systems who are very important to me. How can i do this. I have cisco 2600 router. Please give me some examples if you can find out.

Thanks in advance

kona

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Re: bandwidth dedication

yes you can do this using low latency queueing you can use a set up like this

access-list 1 permit 10systems ip addresses

class-map 10systems

match access-group 1

policy-map 25percent

class 10systems

bandwidth 500

int serial x

service-policy output 25percent

Bronze

Re: bandwidth dedication

The example is correct but to clarify, this is Class Based Weighted Fair Queueing (CBWFQ). LLQ takes CBWFQ a step further and adds a strict priority queue that will be serviced before any other classes.

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