You can limit the bandwidth under serial interface , if you have internal CSU/DSU then you need to make serial interface by using command
Controller t1 1/0
channel-group 1 time-slots <# of time slots> speed 64
That will create serial interface for you and let say you configured full T1 then what you can use Generic traffic shaping and limit the interface bandwidth to 256 or less so you won't burst above that .
The command syntax in Cisco router would be
Int serial 1
Explanation is below :
< - - - This is GTS
bit rate: the average rate the router allows to transmit
burst-rate: the bit rate per interval a router will transmit; this rate times the number of interval should be the bit rate
excess-rate: the bit rate a router will transmit in the event of burst traffic that needs to transmit
If you want all traffic constrained, then the Generic Traffic Shaping rate feature will help. You specify the rate you want in bits/sec, and you get both controlled bandwidth and graceful queueing with WFQ.
traffic-shaping rate 256000 25600 0
This will allow a 1/10th second granular average of 256k. You won't go above that rate.
If you want to constrain just some traffic to that rate, then you'd need to define an ACL for the permitted traffic, and apply
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