Limiting Bandwidth by using QoS on Cisco 1841.. Is it possible?
On one of our remote sites we have a 2Mbps Internet leased line with 16 IP address landing on a Cisco 1841 router. Due to the nature of the site, this internet leased line is shared with one of our subcontractor (We assigned one IP to the subcontractor). Recently they have been abusing the service in non-business related stuff.
We need to put a limit on the amount of bandwidth this subcontractor can use at any point of time (say max 25%). So is it possible to accomplish this target by QoS on Cisco 1841? if yes, is it possible to guide me to how it can be done?
Re: Limiting Bandwidth by using QoS on Cisco 1841.. Is it possib
If the Subcontractor uses a different subnet, then don't need to worry about his MAC. You can limit the whole subnet.
If you want get better understanding the traffic in your network, you can use nbar discovery. NBAR itself doesn't block anything, you still need classify based on subcontractor's ip and then rate limit it.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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