On your router, queueing mechanism, can only be applied outbound. in a router, CBWFQ can be performed only on packets exiting the interface. When you try to enable the policy map with the service-policy input command, the router will give you an error message and not add the service-policy command to the configuration.
OK, so you are not SHAPING (output), but POLICING (input).
What is your goal of policing? Do you want to DROP all traffic that exceeds that rate? Do you want to MARK that traffic? Do you want to queue it at a lower priority?
The problem with input policing is that the bandwidth between the transmitter and receiver is wasted since the packets are transmitted before they are dropped. If you can shape at the uspstream router, that would be more effective.
Nevertheless, you should be able to set up policing policies for input. "Bandwidth" is a shaping command.
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