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Frame Relay traffic shaping

Dear Sirs!

I've use such scheme i my lab: pc1---R1---ISP---R2---pc2

For example, I've use frame-relay traffic-shaping on ISP interface s0/1

(link to R2) & define different traffic parameters with map-class frame-relay for in and out. There are no frame-relay traffic-shaping on R2. But when I applyed it on ISP s0/1 interface, then:

only OUT traffic on s0/1 shape, but not IN. Why?

It's some strange, because if ISP use frame-relay traffic-shaping on R2 external interface, then he can control incoming to ISP traffic flow.

But if R2 system administrator remove frame-relay traffic-shaping on R2 external interface, then ISP can't control incoming traffic, but outgoing only. Is it true?

Best regards,

Nick

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Re: Frame Relay traffic shaping

I'm not sure I understand the question, but in general FRTS (and most all other queueing methods) is only used for controlling the output rates:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fwan_c/wcffrely.htm#97733

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