Guarentee a client a certain percentage of upstream
I work for a small ISP and we need to be in a position to guarentee a certain client a set amount of the bandwidth to our upstream provider.
I have submitted a plan to managment to use Class Based Weighted Fair Queuing on the output of the interface facing the internet and on the output of the interface from my border router facing the core.
The config looks a bit like this...
class-map match-any Client1
match access-group 101
access-list 101 permit "client1"
match everything else.
It basically sets aside 1 Meg for the client and gets applied to the output of the ISP connection and the output of the border router facing the core of our network.
I was wondering if anyone else can recommend any other ideas?
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