I have a 150MB internet pipe coming into a 3750 switch..from that 3750 switch i have 15 ports (they are L3 routed ports) connecting to customers. What i want is to guarentee each customer 10MB of internet at all times, but if there is more available (another customer is only using 2 of their 10MB) allow the customer who needs more then 10MB to burst...
Any ideas what the best way is to do this? any examples would be greatly appreciated
Using the shaping will do just that. It will shape the traffic even though additional bandwidth is available. I think he wanted to be able to use the bandwidth if needed, thats why I suggested the bandwidth statment, which woul garanteee the bandwidth during times of saturation.
if u can add another L3 box to your set up you can have a design that would meet your requirement.
On RTR you set up access vlan 100 facing internet. and 10 subinterfaces in Q-in-Q set up , so outer VLAN 100 and inner VLANs from 10, 15,20 etc...with dot1q primary and secondary vlan.
on your 3750, facing RTR, you set up VLAN stack or Q-in-Q as well.
at this stage you wil have 10 Vlans for custmers, all running within a same outer VLAN 100.L3 termination is done at RTR level and your 3750 ports towards customers are switchports, acces VLAN's if u want.
this gives you the ability to group the traffic and control it at RTR level. you then make a policy map using BW statement fot the whole phusical interface connected to your 3750...this way BW will be shared.
your subintefaces terminated on 3750 needs to have service policies with BW statement. in this case you may to try to shape at 150Mb on the physical interface.
NB: an RTR that supports Q-in-Q termination is not cheap, and testing of this setup is required.
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