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Bandwidth Throttling/Prioritising

I'd like to know if I could assign a (for example) a lower priority to SMTP than HTTP in the inbound direction on an internet connected router (2611).

From my reading it seems that I can only control outbound traffic priotities (uploads), but I want to control inbound (downloads).

If download managers (e.g. getright) can throttle back downloads, I would have thought I could do something similar on a cisco router.

Any advice appreciated.

Regards,

Andrew

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Re: Bandwidth Throttling/Prioritising

Hello,

I would think that you can use CBWFQ to achieve this,

here is an example:

class-map match-all HTTP

match protocol http

class-map macth-all SNMP

match protocol snmp

policy-map INBOUND

class HTTP

set precedence 5

class SNMP

set precedence 4

interface serial0/0

service-policy output INBOUND

Regards,

GP

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