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QoS/Custom Queueing and bridging

I have three separate switch networks - N1, N2 and N3.

I have a router with a physcal interface in each, allocated to different bridge groups. The fourth interface is a trunk (ethernet) link to another router that is exatly the same.

We are running three subinterfaces on the router to keep a semblance of separation between the three subnets.

What is wanted is allocation of the 10M link between the N1, N2 and N3 such that one get 1/2M, one gets 2 1/2 and the remaining one gets the rest. In the case of quiet traffic and network can use what is available.

Given that this is *bridged* traffic and thus only effectively identifiable by ingress interface, what is the best approach to this?

Thanks,

Paul.

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Re: QoS/Custom Queueing and bridging

Enable split horizon on one of the interface that does not need to communicate the information to other network.

or

Create Access-list for the outside interface, so that the only desired traffic will be send to that destination.

Re: QoS/Custom Queueing and bridging

Sorry, I think you replied to the wrong post! Split Horizon is a routing concept, and I am bridging, and I don't want to bar any traffic!

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