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Limit bandwidth from one ethernet port to another

Cisco 2600 with on board fast ethernet ports, BRI WIC and 2 port fast ethernet expansion card.

Example

Fastethernet2 is set to 10Mbps

Traffic from fastethernet0 to fastethernet2 is limited to 1Mbps

Traffice from fastethernet1 to fastethernet2 is limited to 9Mbps (or whatever is available)

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Re: Limit bandwidth from one ethernet port to another

You can use the command "rate-limit" on the interfaces. The are numerous ways to limit bandwidth with this command so you better look it up closely on CCO.

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