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Limite inbound traffic to 3 Mbps on router's interface

Hi,

I have two 1800 routers running VRRP. Also I have two sub interface configured on both router and both router connected to swith through thunk link.

My goal is to limit inbound traffic to 3Mbps for both VLANs on router's inside interface which is connected to switch.

Can anyone give me some idea how can I do this.( May be using classmap and policy map ?)

Also If you suggest me any Cisco document which have this kind of exapmle.

Thank you,

Nilay

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Re: Limite inbound traffic to 3 Mbps on router's interface


Hi Nilay,

i didnt quite get that you actually want to rate limit towards you router or from router towards the switch - VLANs.

anyway, here is an example of a rate limit policy-map:

policy-map RATE

class class-default     .....[includes all traffic, you could use class-map's for more detailed classifications]

  police 3000000 exceed-action drop

exit

interface X

service-policy in/out RATE     ......[inbound or outbound, where u expect the rate limit to be enforced]

** if you are using a cisco switch, you also have the option of enforcing QoS on the switch, depends on the platform though.

Hope it Helps,

Soroush.

Hope it Helps, Soroush.
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