first of all sory .. m opening this again .. as i thought i got my answer in my previous discussion but it didnt worked for me .and i already closed that by marking answer..
my scenario is ... i have 1841 router on which i am having premium WAN link with public IPs .. i want to dedicate around 128 kbps to one of the client whom i have to give public ip ... this client is having his own RACK and network.. and from his network one cable is coming to my switch which i configured as a VLAN port... now a machine from client network is able to ping router and after doing NAT also able to ping public IP... 188.8.131.52 and when i am trying to access speedtest.net it is showing my public ip ... but in most of the cases my connection gets disconnected.. dont know why...
one more things.. i am having two lan interfaces on 1841 ... one is for our network and one for client network with a single default route..
dont know if single default route works fine and takes the traffic from both lan to send out of WAN interface.
not i want to restrict this client network only to use 128kbps... his network is configured as virtual interface fe0/0.1 from client machine i am able to ping router and wan also. but how to retrict his bandwidth.
one more thing i always want to give him 128 from total bandwidth ... means from my total bandwidth no one else should use this bandwidth.
Why don't you use CBWFQ, this will guarantee a minimum BW of 128 kbps but it can get more if there is available (unused) BW, following previous post (not sure what interfaces you have or what IP addresses you have, but I would recommend applying service policy under WAN interface, "outgoing" direction):
Access-list 100 permit ip 10.1.1.0 0.0.0.255 any
Match access-group 100
You can add another acl and class map like the above per subnet
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