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Limitting bandwidth on Ethernet based on IP address

Hi there,

Is there a way to limit the bandwith usage on an Ethernet interface based on IP addressess. Basically I want to limit which IP gets how much bandwidth?

Bandwidth share is not fixed (so one gets 1Mbps, another 512kbps).

thanx

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Re: Limitting bandwidth on Ethernet based on IP address

sure. You can use Policing/rate-limiting. But since you didn't specify any specific products, I can can't comment further.

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Re: Limitting bandwidth on Ethernet based on IP address

I have a couple of VLANs on a Cat6000 that terminate on a 7500 router fastethernet interface; I was thinking of CAR on subinterfaces. Any better suggestions?

thanx for your reply

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Re: Limitting bandwidth on Ethernet based on IP address

cat6k if you have PFC can also do policing. i am assuming that your cat6k is just layer 2 since you are using 7500. Your option would be do car on 7500 if you don't have pfc on cat6k

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