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aplicar Qos en una ruta espesifica

Teniendo un enlace punto a punto entre dos routers. el punto "A" es el principal, "B" es el secundario.

El punto "B" recibe internet del punto "A".  Como puedo limitar ese enlace a 2mb por decir una velocidad.

El protocolo EIGRP tiene un parametro que dice bandwith, ¿Funciona esto para restringir la velocidad de dicho enlace?

¿cual es la forma correcta para lograr esto?

He visto que los switches con  IOS 12.2(25) o mayor pueden limitar el ancho de banda de sus interfaces para este proposito

Switch(config)# interface FastEthernet 0/1

Switch(config-if)# srr-queue bandwidth limit "-velocidad-"

Alguien me da una mano?

Juan Martinez.


Re: aplicar Qos en una ruta espesifica

Hi Juan,

Can you post your threar in english?

I believe the EIGRP bandwidth is to tell EIGRP how much of the interface bandwidth should it use for its own purposes.

I think you'll be better using MQC to configure QoS instead of legacy commands.


You can classify traffic with a class-map, assign the bandwidth it should use with a policy-map and appliy it with the service-policy to the appropiate interface.


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Re: aplicar Qos en una ruta espesifica

Very interesting!

i found a video about MQC to undersand your answer.

this is what i saw:

Thanks, im going to try it soon.

Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2010 09:26:27 -0600



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