Router 2811 got 3 Interfaces. One Interface connected to INTERNETProvider, Second Interface connected to Sales_Dept, Third Interface connected to Business_Dept. Internet Bandwidth in Total is 8MB. I need assistance to allocate 6MB total bandwidth to Sales_Dept and 2MB total to Business_Dept
Sales_dept has 48port switch 2960, Business_Dept 24 port switch 2960. Gateway for users is the 2811 Router and both are on different subnets
The above may not work, but it's worth a try. I wrote the above thinking that you had separate circuits initially, but now I figure that your departments have separate interfaces to the internal network. The above can be cleaned up if you have separate subnets for each:
access-list 101 permit ip 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 any
access-list 150 permit ip 192.168.50.0 0.0.0.255 any
match access-group 101
match access-group 150
shape average 2048000
shape average 8192000
Inbound traffic is going to be more difficult to manage. Does each department nat out their own address? If so, it would be much easier because then you could police traffic to their respective speeds to their natted address.
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