I have configured QOS on a cisco internet router using bandwidth statements. When the interface is fully utilised the interface allocates bandwidth according to the ratio of bandwidth statements configured. So for example if I have a 10Mbps internet connection with bandwidth 7000 allocated to Client A & bandwidth 3000 allocated to client B, when the interface is running at 10Mbps the utilisation should be split 70:30 (provided each client is sending enough traffic).
I can only apply the QOS in an outbound direction otherwise I receive the error "CBWFQ can only be applied on outbound interfaces". This means that I can only control inbound traffic by applying the service-policy in an outbound direction on the ethernet interface of the router.
Right, now my question. If the ethernet interface is 100Mbps, how will the interface know that it is overrun at 10Mbps and allocate 70:30 as per the bandwidth statements? Surely my only option can't be to configure the ethernet interface to 10Mbps??
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