Need some input regarding rate-limits as I have not been able to locate a great deal of information or examples. It's possible that I am going about this incorrectly. The goal is to limit available www bandwidth - dropping traffic that exceeds around 256 Kbps.
I did a show interface rate-limit and it did not show any traffic being dropped.
I tried the following class/policy map to reduce the amount of bandwidth that can be consumed by web traffic.
class-map match-all http
match access-group 177
bandwidth percent 30
access-list 177 permit tcp any any eq www
service-policy output WWW
However, I am assuming this will enforce the limit regardless of the level of other traffic being consumed. I want to be able to didicate more bandwidth to www if there are not other processes consuming the bandwidth. For example, giving priority to SMTP, Citrix, FTP, DNS, etc.
Can I set traffic at presedence levels when using policy maps?
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