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Frame-relay traffic shapping

Hi

I have a hub and spoke network with 16 remote sites. I have implemented frame-relay traffic-shaping on the major serial interface and this has applied shaping to all of the sub-interfaces. I really only wanted to shape 2 of the sub-interfaces and not all 16. Two questions?

What is the default shaping for a pvc if you dont put the map class on the pvc. The other 14 spokes are running at around 64k.

Is there any way of just traffic-shaping 2 pvc's out of 16 on a serial interface.

Regards

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Re: Frame-relay traffic shapping

Try traffic-shape rate under sub-interface.

New Member

Re: Frame-relay traffic shapping

Hi,

the default traffic-shape rate is 56 kbps if you don't apply a map-class to the main

interface. Try "show traffic-shape" to verify that.

So, you must apply a map-class to the main interface, which then applies to all

subinterface where no map-class is applied. Try that example:

int s0/0

frame-relay traffic-shaping

frame-relay class main

map-class frame-relay main

frame-relay traffic-rate

With that example you create a frame-relay map-class which limits all other

subinterfaces to the access-line speed.

regards Ulrich Marzoli

www.netaid.de

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