Controlling bandwidth on portchannel subport vlan routing
I am trying to figure out how to limit the bandwidth (rx and tx). My configuration is as follows:
multiple 2924 Switches
7206 VXR with dual FE ports configured as a portchannel and acting as a vlan router for the 2924 Switches.
I have a customer who has an ethernet connection into one of the 2924 switches. The port is on it's own vlan and I have set up a portchannel sub interface on the 7206VXR to route that particular vlan. What I would like to do is limit the actual bandwidth on that particular subinterface (on the Router, portchannel 1.100) to only allow a T-1's worth of bandwidth (I feel nice so giving him the full 1.544Mb/s).
We are running static routing at the moment but I'm definately open to suggestions...
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