Class-map: class-default (match-any) 100 packets, 4000 bytes 5 minute offered rate 0 bps, drop rate 0 bps Match: any
and as you see there are just "100" packets seen on the incoming direction and i cleared the counters 30 minutes ago, so there must be several thousand packets for class-default.
i looked in several documentations, even in the QOS 2.3 stundent guide.
The "Cisco IOS Quality of Service Solutions Configuration Guide, Release 12.4" writes under "Using Multilink PPP over Dialer Interface Links" a sample configuration which contains a service-policy input command on an dialer interface, so i think this should be supported??
Another idea was to put this service-policy input to the Fastethernet 0 interface, where the ADSL modem is connected, but the service-policy also only matches some packets, this could be because PPPoE is no IP and therefore isn't seen.
My last idea is to put it in the vlan interface as incoming, but i think this is not the right place for a Qos policy...
@AndrewPrince: well your right not everything works that is avaliable within the IOS. but this doe's i updatet to IOS 15.1.1 and it works. i now have several other things that don't work any more(firewall rules and so on), but the input policing for the dialer interface works. i didn't get it to work with an access-list, but it works with nbar classification.
to put the Qos policy in the outside direction on the other side isn't possible as i have no access to my isp's routers
@dialerstring: thanks for the hint but it didn't work because of two things: 1. the port has just a Layer2 configuration (is accessible via the vlan interface) 2. i need one policer for all incoming http traffic, if i do it on the port i have 8 policers
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