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Limiting Bandwidth

I have a Cisco 2620 router (connected to a T1). I want to be able to limit the bandwidth useage based on an IP address of a user inside my network. I researched CAR (committed access rate) but found out that it only works with the 7xxx series. Any suggestions?

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Re: Limiting Bandwidth

CAR is an IOS feature available from Cisco for your 2600. I ran it on feature navigator (www.cisco.com/go/fn) and it shows support since 12.0.(1)T. You’ll need to contact your Cisco rep for a software upgrade.

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Re: Limiting Bandwidth

Can you try with CBWFQ.

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Re: Limiting Bandwidth

hi,

for limiting a user's bandwidth you can use the rate-limit comand.

For limiting by IP..u create a extended access-list say 110

then to your gateway interface you can put rate limit

like

rate-limit input access-group 110 60000 10000 10000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop

The above ids to limit his input..now substitute ipput with output to limit his output.

Thanks,

Ramesh

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Re: Limiting Bandwidth

It works with 3600s, 2600s ,etc.

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