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who can help me?

look this diagram:

site A

ATM cloud-----E1----(G.703)--3600(7200)Router

site B

(7200)3600-(G.703)-----E1-------ATM cloud

this ATM core network is my campany's core network

company A wants to lease 512k for building the WAN,

A has two sites, each site 512k,A has 3600 router in

each site,but my company only can supply E1 for the

connectivity.so we want to limit the bandwith to 512k by configuring the router. so it is a good solution? if so , how to configure.

or any more good ideas,

thank you very much

3 REPLIES
New Member

Re: who can help me?

You should be able to acheive this with the

max-reserved-bandwidth

command.

Hope this helps

Misha

New Member

Re: who can help me?

someone told me that: rate-limit can acheive this,

maybe max bandwidth also can do it,

so what's the difference between the :

max-reserved-bandwidth,rate-limit,or max bandwidth

thank you

New Member

Re: who can help me?

I think the best way would be to use rate limit. I use it quite often and it works pretty well.

Procedure is to create an access list to permit whatever traffic you want to allow (on 512 k limit). Then go to the interface and use :

rate-limit input/output access-group 100 512000 512000 512000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop.

This works well. best of luck.

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